Mindfulness Poetry “Lost”

By giving form and words to that which has none – such as the unfathomable beauty that surrounds us, the immense suffering and misery of the world – poetry contributes to the expansion of our common humanity, helping to increase its strength, solidarity and self-awareness.” Irina Bokova, director-general of UNESCO.

It’s World Poetry Day. Let’s make time to honour this day and the role of mindfulness poetry.

“Lost” A poem by David Wagoner

How to make tomorrow an easier day? A mindfulness reflection practice

Is it common to think that things will continue indefinitely in a certain way?

But they don’t. Inevitably, unexpected events happen. Things can get really complicated that one does not even know how to start to unravel them.

The pressure starts to build up. There is so much to do. The deadlines are getting closer. The list of things to do keeps on growing. The mind is spinning fast… The heart is pounding…

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