How about, God forbid, an honest good old-fashioned moment of repose and reflection?
Hillary Clinton seemed to be in a rare moment of repose while the Middle East erupted.
When the action summits, and when the characters are in a state of repose.
This is a still from a 2008 video called "repose (on the Plinthe)", by Vancouver artist Adad Hannah.
Michael Jackson will lie in repose over no fewer than 13 subterranean floors, each holding intriguing secrets.
Mayest thou enjoy these advantages for thy own repose and for that of the human race!
A still, pale fog is soothing; it lulls nature to a kind of repose.
Meanwhile, the body was placed in the church, and every day prayers were offered up for the repose of his soul.
And now I will try if any repose will fall to my lot for the remainder of this night.
The strong feeling may return over and over again; but it must have its constant intervals of change or repose.
"lie at rest," mid-15c., from Middle French reposer, from Old French repauser (10c.), from Late Latin repausare "cause to rest," from Latin re-, here probably an intensive prefix (see re-), + Late Latin pausare "to stop" (see pause (v.)). Related: Reposed; reposing.
"put, place," mid-15c., from Latin repos-, stem of reponere "put back, set back, replace, restore; put away, lay out, stretch out," from re- "back, away" (see re-) + ponere "to put, place" (see position (n.)). Or perhaps [Klein] formed in Middle English from Old French poser, on model of disposen "dispose."
"rest," c.1500, from Middle French repos (11c.), back-formation from reposer (see repose (v.1)).