Prepent Day 2: Take A Deep Breath

The innermost circle of my being is my breath, so often taken for granted. I pause today to honor my body for its continued rippling and to think: what can I do to breathe more deeply, more often, more aware, today and every day anew?

Take a deep breath has become a cliche but still, let’s do it. One present breath at a time.

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