When I was in elementary school, I had to learn the harmonica. My embouchure was terrible and I could not blow distinct, different notes. I practiced a lot at home but there was no one to guide me. I eventually stopped playing the harmonica.
Writing prompt is Embouchure.
Mindful Doodles #76:
One day, I saw a cyclist puling a small cart. It looked like a doggie cart, until I peered into it. Two small kids were seated inside this flimsy mode of transport
Mindful Doodles is a series of comic/ cartoon drawn on assimilating stimuli that comes into my mind. My surrounding and environment are dynamic. As events happen, the stimuli enters my brain and I pay attention to them. I am not mentally disturbed as I pay due respect to each stimulus. I ponder upon how I would deal with the stimulus, to manage the situation. I try to discover what lesson the Universe bestows on me in this encounter. I write my discovery as my Mindful Thought of the Day.
Why be mindful? By paying time and attention to a disturbing stimulus, you deal with it. It ceases to be new and disruptive to you. You have released anxiety. You have greatly reduced your mental stress.
Mindful Thought of the Day:
Be mindful of road safety.