From the chapter "Meditation is Not For the Faint-Hearted" in Jon Kabat-Zinn's Coming to Our Senses:
Here and now, everywhere and always, gives us a lot of room for working together, that is, if you are interested and willing to roll up your sleeves and do the work of the timeless, the work of non-doing, the work of awareness embodied in your own life as it is always unfolding moment by moment. It is indeed the work of no time at all, and the work of a lifetime.
(cf. Wherever You Go, There You Are (2008-10-26) - ^z - 2009-02-01