solitude


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Alors, il est permis de supposer que l'autoefficacite sociale des enseignants puisse jouer un role dans la relation entre le leadership du directeur d'ecole et la solitude professionnelle de ceux-ci.
The DeSeelhorst family has enjoyed being a part of Solitude's history for almost 40 years," says Dave DeSeelhorst, owner and general manager of Solitude Mountain Resort.
Just as regular exercise and healthy eating make our minds and bodies work better, solitude experts say, so can being alone.
The solitude I enjoy while digging or weeding in the garden has been a major benefit to my creative juices while thinking out a solution to a technical problem.
I taught from the story of Elijah, speaking about the radical nature of" the disciplines of solitude and silence, and then asked if everyone was ready to try it together.
The author's eightieth birthday and the fortieth anniversary of the publication of One Hundred Years of Solitude have led the literary world and the media in general to celebrate the personality and work of this icon of letters.
That's how some in our noisy, busy, active world perceive solitude.
Introduced in the spring of 2005, Solitude IGR from Pfizer Animal Health is just such a product; it is a feed-through fly preventive for horses that can safely reduce fly populations in barns, arenas and pastures by up to 90 percent.
As life gets progressively frenetic and our days increase with activity, the times and places for solitude are fewer.
The author is most well known for his novels One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera.
At Paden, I had a chance to write, read and relax in solitude.