It's an article published in NYT about a psychological issue (living at the moment). Here's one of the paragraphs that I have a problem with:
So does the moment really deserve its many accolades? It is a philosophy likely to be more rewarding for those whose lives contain more privileged moments than grinding, humiliating or exhausting ones. Those for whom a given moment is more likely to be “sun-dappled yoga pose” than “hour 11 manning the deep-fat fryer.”
What does the last sentence mean?