Restore & Refresh


Nothing beats taking time to meditate, be still and silent.

Nothing refreshes more than time to meditate, be still and silent.

Nothing revives the tired soul than time to meditate, be still and silent.

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I would laugh when people talked about taking time to meditate, be still and silent.

I often scoffed at their need to find solitude to meditate, be still and silent.

I wondered how they could be so diligent to meditate, be still and silent.

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For some the precursor to good sleep was to meditate, be still and silent.

For others the key to great ideas was to meditate, be still and silent.

For others the connection to their calmness was to meditate, be still and silent.

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How hard could it be to meditate, be still and silent?

How much time did one need to meditate, be still and silent?

How did one find the space or place to meditate, be still and silent?

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Surely it is easy to meditate, be still and silent.

Surely my mind is not too distracted to meditate, be still and silent.

Surely it is possible to be undistracted to meditate, be still and silent.

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I need to sit in the corner and meditate, be still and silent.

I sit with my head wrapped in a shawl to meditate, be still and silent.

I must recalibrate daily by making time to meditate, be still and silent.

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I settle my soul against the raging tide as I meditate, am still and silent.

I grow myself in the moments of solitude as I meditate, am still and silent.

I learn discernment in the stillness of life as I meditate, am still and silent.

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So I take time to meditate, be still and silent.

I find strength in moments when I meditate, am still and silent.

I grow when I meditate, am still and silent.

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