mindfully mindfully  /ˈmaɪndfə li/


  • (adv) in a careful deliberate manner



  1. R stands for respond mindfully: remember that you have a choice, that you are not powerless, and that you don't have to continue the undesired behavior.
  2. The complete Moynihan: casual elegance, mindfully engaged in explaining the difficult world beyond.
  3. Keeping the faith is one way descendants, particularly the older ones, so mindfully tend ancestral memories.


  • Corn Moon brings good nighttime fishing

    Poor Will’s Clark County AlmanackJuly 14 - 20, 2013Simple attention to the details of nature, as always, helped me keep in sight both my center and my life’s destination and purpose, which was to live skillfully and mindfully each step of the journey.
    on July 13, 2013     Source: Springfield News-Sun


  1. Dr Williams said: "It is not a question of legislating for schism or providing for schism or whatever - we are there already. A question is how we handle it prayerfully, mindfully and decently and, I would add, hopefully."
    on Feb 9, 2006 By: Rowan Williams Source: BBC News

  2. "We want to live mindfully but do not want to live fearfully," Chertoff said, adding that Americans could follow Churchill's exhortation: "We will not flinch or weary of the struggle."
    on Mar 16, 2005 By: Michael Chertoff Source: Firehouse.com (subscription)

  3. "We recognize a need to mindfully acknowledge any weaknesses in our organization's process, or infrastructure or culture and then aggressively design and adopt programs to strengthen the FDA enterprise," von Eschenbach said in a conference call.
    on Sep 22, 2006 By: Dr Andrew von Eschenbach Source: Bloomberg

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