MARIAM FAM Associated Press WINTER PARK, Fla. (AP) — Sitting cross-legged in her living room, Donna Borak rested her palm on her heart as she guided a small group of virtual participants in meditation and deep breathing. Notice where you might be holding tension, she instructed. "Send your attention to your head ... maybe acknowledging it's OK if you've been worried and scared," she told them "Maybe finding comfort that we are all in this together." From her Washington, D.C., home, Borak has been hosting a free virtual meditation class daily for anyone who wants "a respite during such a moment of uncertainty." Attendees are encouraged to bring children, loved ones or pets. "Even your plants." "Inhale, maybe even a little bit more deeply this time, slowly letting the air out of your
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