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Dr. King’s “A Knock At Midnight”

My favorite guided spiritual meditation

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — Public Domain

Many nights, I listen to guided meditations to fall asleep. It is how I am wired. A soft voice to put me in the present and to focus on nothing at all but the immediate. It is how to live.

No worries about tomorrow, yesterday, or some bill to pay. No concern for work to do, or work I didn’t do. Be present…

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brian g gilmore (bumpyjonas)

brian g gilmore (bumpyjonas)

be a proud bard, barrister, and b-baller (for life), luv the blues, bbq, and beautiful women.

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