the rush of life, life itself is neglected.
The devil is in the details - the internal stories, the small actions of daily life, the interactions and transactions on has with others. This is where life really takes place.
Yet so much can be done that the details of a day are totally blurred over, and all that is left is the remains of a day, which is swept way by sleep and replaced by a next day.
Life doesn't have to be like this. It is possible to slow down a few microseconds before embarking on the next detail and in doing so, becoming present.
Remember, there is no present in life that is as valuable as the present moment.