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Taking Mindfulness with Both Hands

Photo by Nathália Rosa on Unsplash

I was walking innocently through a grocery store the other day — safely behind my mask — when what should I see but a “mindfulness kit.” It was in one of those slick, shiny boxes, happily perched among the greeting cards and gift succulents.

(I will admit that it’s a prejudice, thinking that a grocery store can have birthday and anniversary cards but not a “mindfulness kit.” But there you have it…

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David Breeden

David Breeden

Poet, Senior Minister at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, a Humanist congregation. Amazon author's page amazon.com/author/davidbreeden

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