The passage really resonated with me. I like the skillful way in which the author treads into the space of attention and its lapses. After reading the passage, I can see that its the "disruptions" where we "get caught" and lose our attention, bringing much suffering into ones life. While I have approached meditation with a very open mind where all and every thought is allowed to come in and nothing is a distraction, I certainly find it more difficult to approach things that way in daily life. Cultivating attention and awareness is a journey and perhaps being more serious about paying attention will help.