Distraction is the culprit.
Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) defines distraction as follows: Distraction \Dis-‘trac-tion, n. [L. distraction: cf. F. distraction.] 1. The act of distracting; a drawing apart; separation. To create distractions among us. 2. That which diverts attention; a diversion. “Domestic distractions.” G. Eliot. 3. A diversity of direction; detachment. (obs.) 4. State in which the attention is called in different ways; confusion; perplexity…That you may attend upon the Lord without distraction. 1 Corinthians 7:35. syn. perplexity; confusion; disturbance; disorder; dissension; tumult; derangement; madness; raving; franticness; furiousness.