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Rest by George Willis Cooke is a thought-provoking book that explores the concept of rest and its importance in our lives. Cooke delves into the physiological, psychological, and spiritual aspects of rest, making a compelling argument for why we need to prioritize rest in our fast-paced, modern society.

The book is well-researched and filled with fascinating insights on the benefits of rest, such as improved cognitive function, creativity, and overall well-being. Cooke also delves into the detrimental effects of chronic stress and lack of rest on our health, highlighting the importance of finding a balance between work and rest.

One of the strengths of Rest is Cooke's ability to blend scientific research with personal anecdotes and practical tips for incorporating more rest into our daily lives. The writing is clear and engaging, making it an accessible read for anyone interested in learning more about the importance of rest.

Overall, Rest is a timely and important book that serves as a reminder to slow down, prioritize self-care, and make rest a non-negotiable part of our lives. Cooke's insights are sure to resonate with readers looking to improve their overall well-being and find more balance in their lives. I highly recommend this book to anyone feeling overwhelmed or stressed and in need of a gentle nudge to prioritize rest.

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volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Rest by John Sullivan Dwight.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 5, 2020..
John Sullivan Dwight was a Unitarian minister, transcendentalist, and America's first influential classical music critic. - Summary by Wikipedia

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