take a deep breath love

take a deep breath

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  • If you believe in reincarnation, on the other hand, you can take a deep breath and relax a little, for as German writer Gotthold Lessing once said, What need have I for haste?

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • Somehow I manage to understand Lon’s high-speed rant, and I have to take a deep breath to keep down the first pangs of the venom jabbing into the back of my skull.

    Venomous

  • The night before heading for “bearsville” meaning we intend to camp in the wilderness without hookups, we spend the night in an RV park to use shore power to fully charge batteries, stock up at the local supermarket, fill all tanks full, and then take a deep breath and head for the woods, mountains, desert, beach, or whatever.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • For instance, I recommend a ‘first-bite meditation’: Before taking the first bite of food, take a deep breath in and out.

    The Life You Want

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