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There is a kind of joy, too, that is redemptive, restorative—resurrection joy.
HOW TO FIND JOY DURING TOUGH TIMESBY ANGELA GORRELL/THE CONVERSATIONOCTOBER 9, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
So I just started taking restorative yoga multiple times a week for about three months.
Versus prior to being introduced to restorative yoga, I was always looking for outside sources to help heal me and to also discover who I was.
I’m hoping that customers find a restorative beverage that centers them and helps them find focus while alleviating the innumerable stresses that come at us every single day.
They can push schools to reinvest resources at school level and implement restorative justice policies and practices that will help close the school-to-prison pipeline.
She paused, whispered, "The restorative," and I gave her the medicine.
The usual restorative was to stamp about and beat the chest with the hands—an old sailor's trick.
God's Word hid in the heart is not only a preservative against sin, but a restorative from its evil effects.
I drank the milk with pleasure, and ate the bread, chaff and all; but it was not very restorative to a man sinking with fatigue.
His bodily vigor was unimpaired; but his mind demanded the restorative tonic of peace.

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