Gently accept it; you cannot change it, and the more you ruminate over it, the worse it will make you feel.
A moon that falls in Scorpio has the tendency to brood and ruminate, but it also gives much strength, determination and perseverance to the individual.
As the afternoon dwindled, the Deans were content to rock and ruminate.
Do not ruminate anywhere except in your chosen spot.
ruminate on the subject among this group.
Farmers today sometimes still ruminate on these ideas after a few drinks down pub.
ruminate most important fact about depression To break out of the depression cycle you must reduce your ruminating time.
Though these animals ruminate, the stomach differs considerably in the details of its construction from that of the Pecora.
Accordingly, Rumsfeld would be without an audience if he chose to ruminate on the subject among this group.
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