I see meditation as a state of perfect being. One is perfectly in the moment. One is so at one with the tidal twists and turns of fate that all is calm even while tumbling through that most torrential current. This is easy to do when doing nothing but meditating, but it is also easy to do this during any and every action possible in this universe. Buddhist monks have this DOWN. Everything from mopping the floor to drinking tea is perfected while the monk is simply present, at one with the perfection of his or her presence. This IS meditation. Many ascetics simply wish to live their lives in this state-- and anyone who has meditated truly has likely envied a reality where they are so constantly present.
Therefore, I say why not! Meditation is an adverb. I do not meditate, I meditatively DO. I do not simply drink water, I bless this water as I drink and it in turn blesses me with the perfection I have helped it attain. I do not simply draw art for work, I connect to the highest dimensions and call down in perfect clarity these transdimensional moments onto paper.
And you can too.
Without the speaker, nothing is said. Without the reader, nothing is gained. If I am to accept that we are one, dear reader, I must accept that there is no distinction between the reader and the writer. This is your creation as well as mine. Together, remembering our roots, we are greater than both of us.