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I will go and listen to Mozart another half hour--I can always think better to music--and profoundly meditate upon it.
How can I, whelmed by a flux of talk, meditate upon the Way?
He asked the invited artists to meditate upon the question of their body and its borders.
Thus when interpreted in terms of the larger structure of the Psalter, the call to meditate upon the Torah in Ps 1:2 also functions as an invitation to later readers to meditate upon the teachings of the Psalter.
The Catholic hunter may not necessarily explicitly meditate upon these truths, but instinctively feels that as he hunts he is encountering these realities and entering into them in some deeper fashion.
Not every flower, leaning vainly towards his own face/reflected in a murky puddle, gets to meditate upon himself/more than a few transitory days, before he, too, molders.
should be hung forthwith across the front of County Hall as its new official motto, and our employees there encouraged to meditate upon it, in the style of the Beatles' Maharishi (though preferably without the use of consciousness-enhancing substances) for at least an hour each morning before picking up their phones or turning on their computers.
Stressing meditation, he quoted Brihadaranyaka Upanishad: meditate upon Self, and finally realize Self, you come to understand everything in life.
This year the participants were asked to meditate upon two letters published in the Record: WWJRead, by Adrian C.
In addition, at the end of each discussion Sheba reflects on her insights providing ample grist for the reader to ponder and meditate upon.
THE EIGHTEENTH-century German philosopher Immanuel Kant wrote: "Two things fill the heart with ever renewed and increasing awe and reverence, the more often and more steadily we meditate upon them: the starry firmament above and the moral law within.
MELBOURNE: The 18th-century German philosopher Immanuel Kant wrote: "Two things fill the heart with ever renewed and increasing awe and reverence, the more often and more steadily we meditate upon them: the starry firmament above and the moral law within.