Erasing the Negative Narrative Through Mindfulness Practice

November 12, 2015


At six miles long, rural Route 96 runs down a skinny pencil neck of land that is boarded by a bay, a salt river and the Atlantic Ocean. Route 96 is the shortest highway in Maine but it long enough to set my mind to grousing if traffic delays my travel. There is only one road to my house and to get anywhere to do anything I must drive that road. My home is near the ocean end and our nearest town is situated at the starting end at the only red light around for thirty miles. The neck of land where I live is a quiet place after Columbus Day, which is the last day that we see the tourists, so as often as not, not a single car drives past my home and studio for an hour at a time. (Read More at the Huffington Post)

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