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We are the sum of all the moments of our lives—part 1

As a fully engaged student of life, a somewhat experienced long lifer, I long to listen, to truly hear, to experience, to know and then hopefully to be quiet.  My spouse, my children, my grandchildren, my family, my friends, everyone that shows up are my best teachers. How my life is at this moment is who I have allowed myself to become. 

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I already find myself thinking and feeling so differently that it is easy to not only cope with myself but to extend myself so much more readily toward others. Remarkably, since the regression, I got rid of the recurring nightmare I have had all my life. It's now time to get on with the present.
I have come to think of you as a friend Sandra, and a very dear one. I only met you the one time but you have stayed me with all these years. You are a very special lady and I am so glad you touched my life. I am much richer for it and I know you will do the same for many others ( & still for me too). In friendship, appreciation and admiration,
— Love, Jan

Kirkus Discoveries Review

An ode—and even a bit of a passport—to living a mindful life.

D'Angelo counsels that we take a moment to reflect upon ourselves, shake off inhibitions, give received opinions a pass and take a breath. A deep breath, a whole chorus of them, and relax, find some balance. Her book starts as dawn breaks: You awake, take those breaths, concentrate on awareness.   

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Wonderful way of welcoming in your day!

This Beatles song is so appropriate and  healing.  I never get tired of hearing it.