RECAPTURE THE UNITY OF PURPOSE: October 30, 2020

“My goal is not that America will become a perfect nation.
My goal is that America will be a kinder, more compassionate nation, because I know down deep in my heart
that we are a kinder,
more compassionate country
than is evident today.

Reviving our compassionate spirit
will allow us to listen carefully to each other,
find points of agreement,
and recapture the unity of purpose
that made America great.”

Tim Ryan,  from  A Mindful Nation

In the journey of the breath, I find myself standing in the conviction of the ancestors, Jesus Christ, Buddha, Gandhi, King, Harriet, Sojourner, Mohammed, Yogananda Paramahansa.
I realize we are one with all things, all beings, all truth,
including one another.
Mindfulness liberates your story and mine,
until they are new and fresh and celebrate the strength of simply being one with here and now, and nothing else.

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Jane Winther – “Om Mani Padme Hum”
Robert Slap – “Eternal Om”
VOX – “Allelulia

By breathing in,
we realize that we are.

By breathing out, we know that I am here for you, and you are here for me.

By breathing in,
we remember that
we are one with each breath.

By breathing out,
we accept the power of this moment, where we can simply be.

By breathing in, we forgive.

By breathing out, we forget.

Mindfulness is the altar at which we bring our worries and let them rest
until they fade away.

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