The Buddha actually speaks of the value of momentary practice in a few suttas as well:
SN 20.4: Okkha Sutta wrote:Monks, if someone were to give a gift of one hundred serving dishes [of food] in the morning, one hundred at mid-day, and one hundred in the evening; and another person were to develop a mind of good-will — even for the time it takes to pull on a cow's udder — in the morning, again at mid-day, and again in the evening, this [the second action] would be more fruitful than that [the first].
AN 9.20: Velāma Sutta wrote:If one were to develop even for just a finger-snap the perception of inconstancy, that would be more fruitful than the gift, the great gift, that Velāma the brahman gave ...
purple planet wrote:of course continues mindfulness is best - but how important is each small moment even in separation to others ?
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