The second construct for sustenance
of health behavior change is practice for change derived from Freire's (1970) adult education model's praxis which refers to active reflection and reflective action.
Rio further pointed out that since the undergrounds were not provided with any sustenance
for their survival, they were compelled to impose various taxes on the people.
Thanksgiving to God is for the entirety of what God has done for us, including, but not limited to, sustenance
Her devotion required not only radical faith, but radical sustenance
It was not only a staple in every larder but went on many great expeditions and adventures to provide sustenance
in all conditions.
Both have become daily sustenance
for farmers in Spain, France, Greece and Italy.
Soul cravings' are what defines us as human--it's an inner quest for more than physical sustenance
, but for spiritual meanings in life--and SOUL CRAVINGS seeks to define the parameters of these cravings for intimacy and community, destiny and meaning in life.
This earth whose birth gave us life, an abundance of sustenance
in order To survive Taken we have, given we have not.
His telling of the Good Samaritan had its point in the fact that the respected leaders of the town went past, while a despised outsider gave sustenance
to the injured man.
When we eat, we satisfy a need for physical sustenance
and a need for physical pleasure (enhanced by giving the act of eating, a social dimension).
Having fewer herring means less food for osprey, seals, fox, otters and the big bass that rely on them for sustenance
He said: "For them to carry on without sustenance