Mind Connections

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Welcome to Mind Connections

Welcome to  Jonathan Hilton Mind Connections.  This is the personal site for Jonathan Hilton, a writer, life coach and encourager from Maine.

My writing and thoughts have put me on a path to want to explore more. Mind Connections explains the phenomenon that I have felt often while creating, writing and exploring thoughts.  The connection of like minds, sharing common positive beliefs and learning about how to live life to the fullest.

As I have experienced a growth and spiritually, personally, I have enjoyed writing about the thoughts that I have about relationships, emotions and things that I have experienced.  It has been my hope to connect on a larger scale with many individuals who know answers I do not, or are searching for the same kind of thing.

“I will do each day, in every moment, the best I can by the light I have: I will ever seek more truth, and ever live as best I can in harmony with the truth as I see it.  If my pathway then lie in the shadow of trial, sorrow, and suffering.  I shall have the restful peace and the calm strength of one who has done his best, who can look back upon the past with no pang of regret, and who has heroic courage in facing the results, whatever they be, knowing that he could not make them different.”

Let’s connect on this journey, I am open to receiving and giving opinion, thought and information that will lead to a fuller experience in life.


Make time for fun in your life

“The purpose of life is a life of purpose. ”  ~Robert Byrne

“Life is simple, it’s just not easy.”  ~Author Unknown

“Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”– John Wooden


15 thoughts on “Mind Connections”

  1. Hi Jonathan,

    I am not sure if you remember me, but I was introduced to you Thursday at the meeting with Max Linn. Your site is so so so inspiring and uplifting. I too, am a quotes person. The first thing I do when I get to my classroom is to write the quote of the day on the board. May I ask you if it is difficult to create a web page like this? I want to create my own and you would think with 14 years of college I would have taken some formalized training, but only the basics…I also have to tell you that I love Greenville and Jackman and visit frequently. I too, ate at the original Road Kill Cafe. Lol. I went rafting one summer with Unicorn Expaditions and it was so fun! If you have a chance look me up on Facebook, I would love to chat more some time. Oh have you read Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture? It is life changing. Talk to you later.


    1. Of course Amanda, I remember you and am very glad you stopped by my site. I am glad that you liked it. To answer your question about is this difficult. No not really, someone of your obvious capabilities could handle it with very little coaching, and I am sure could produce a site that is really great. This site is a playground for me, I try all kinds of different things. I am sure you are a great person, because anyone who has been to the Road Kill Cafe’ can’t be bad. Greenville is a special place to me, so many wonderful people from one place. I will look you up on Facebook. It is great to make a connection I will look at that article you suggested, I really can’t read enough! Thank you for commenting, I am very grateful for your time.

  2. Hey, Jonathan… Just a quick note to let you know just how small a world it is. I was born and raised in New Jersey, but the most precious memories I have growing up were the one week each summer that we would spend in the Moosehead area. How’s this for a quick list of memories? Sanders store, The Indian Store, the old A&P, the Dairy Bar ice cream place, Wilson’s Cabins at the East Outlet, Lily Bay State Park, Kakadjo, Seboomook, Baxter, Mount Kathahdin (I did the knife edge when I was 23), Rockwood, Mount Kineo, the B52 crash site, and so much more… like fishing and moose spotting! Also, my parents own some property on Harford’s Point… You can see the name “Peter” on the sign at the entrance. In fact, we talked about moving there when I was young, but it never happened… but I almost became a Laker! Anyway, I was just up there this past summer after being away for decades and would love to return sometime soon. It would be great to meet you if that happens. Peace, and keep spreading the word, Frank

    1. Frank, what a small world it is! Just hearing all of those names brings back such great memories. I grew up there until I was 13 then moved, “south” to Jefferson, Maine. Which was a shock to me. I still consider Greenville my home though. I was fortunate to be able to live in Greenville as an adult, two years ago. I worked for the now defunct Moosehead Messenger, it was the beginning of my writing “career”. It was like living in a memory, as many things and many of the people are the same. The changes were good to, and the people in Greenville all hold a very special place in my heart. I am 46 years old, how old are you? Perhaps we even know some of the same people, the odds are pretty good. Thanks for sharing this note, you just made my day! I have been thinking I need to visit Greenville soon, but I think I will wait for it to warm up. So probably sometime in July. lol

  3. Frank I just wanted to ad this part because you will know what I mean. I grew up in the junction, on Maple Street, on your way to Breton’s Store!! Breton’s is still there, much like it always has been, still run by the awesome Breton family!!

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. I absolutely love your site. So much to read and digest. My own understanding of Quantum Physics and how this whole world is linked together is an ever developing process but I try to put a piece or two together every day. I think your site is just fantastic for that. I am grateful that I found it.

  4. Sounds so familiar, my blog started out kind of one dimensional. To look back, I had so little a clue.

    Now, my blog has morphed from a supporting PTSDAWAYOUT blog to a life coach or pursuit of happiness and giving blog.

    Many things transpire when we take action and make our thoughts real.

    You have done great work here and inspire some,mwhat is wonderful


    1. Thank you Sindy for taking the time to comment here. 🙂 I loved your site and the message. The butterfly is the end result of transition and we all hope to achieve that state someday! I am grateful to get to know you as well.

  5. Beautiful, thank you for taking your time and sharing this wonderful post with us, It is a blessing to have you here, I also love how your blog is so differently set out, unique concept and stands out from many that i have come across, instant follower of you. Cheers! ”)

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and looking things over. I am happy to have you here and look forward to hearing your thoughts! Very appreciative of the comment Cezane.

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