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Day Eleven

Planting Seeds

We hope the seeds of mindfulness have grown in your beautiful garden. The practice of mindfulness does not only recognize our “positive” seeds and water them, but it also takes care of the “negative” seeds and transforms them. When we continue to practice mindfulness, we will build our inner garden into a serene, harmonious, and joyful one. 

Giving is receiving.

Happiness is truly real when it is shared with others. We are inviting you to plant a seed of mindfulness by sharing your mindfulness practice with someone. That person could be a family member, a friend, a colleague, or a significant other.

Today's Challenge

Invite someone for a mindful walk or a mindful meal, or even for a short meditation with you.

“Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage aren’t always comfortable, but they are never weakness.” Dr. Brené Brown

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