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Her “ethics of care,” as she called it, involved encouraging the boys to take music lessons, read books and even meditate when she could persuade them to join her.
Somehow, he finds time every day to exercise for an hour and to meditate.
You can become someone who exercises and meditates every day and always drinks eight glasses of water.
For the best results, consider turning off all push notifications at least while you’re meditating, and perhaps even for longer stretches of time surrounding your practice.
The most bare-bones way to meditate is to focus on your breathing.
Much less would it help you to meditate upon the pure and holy things of God.
If it suits your evolutions, aunt Kitty and myself meditate a Sussex journey next week.
But some mornings I make observations through the tent flap that I cannot stay in bed to meditate on.
Again he began to meditate an attempt to escape, and on a certain evening, set off from the convent.
They then reviled him, and spurned him away from their sight, and began to meditate measures of violence against him.

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