Of course you can still enjoy yourself when you multi-task (who am I to tell you what you can or can not feel?)<quoted text>
....... are multitasking and not fully appreciating (experiencing) their breakfast
I contend that I enjoy the experience of "eating breakfast" just as much as you or anyone else.
But by definition, when multi-tasking, you are enjoying more than one tasks simultaneously. In other words, you are going WIDE on multiple tasks instead of DEEP on one task..
Thats what I meant by being more deep. Being more focused. By focusing on breakfast alone, you can experience tastes, smells, textures, sight of your meal without distraction. You dilute this experience when reading the paper, talking on the phone etc etc.
We already agreed that this behavior pattern - deep focus - is uncorrelated with practice of theist religion. However, non-theist "religion" or behavior philosophy does encourage this type of behavior pattern.