For me, wherever I go, it is important to find a peaceful place.
Sometimes the peaceful place appears in my mind.
I carry an image of one of our islands, and that helps
The quietness, the beauty, the tranquility, the calmness, the elegance -
made more serene after the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu City.
The sanctuary of the resort simply calming on your brain,
the mountains and trees as far as your eyes can see;
the smell of grass, the freshness of the green,
simply peaceful, peaceful, and peaceful!
The hustle and bustle of a main road in Mohakali, Dhaka City
drove me crazy night and day during my short stay.
An early morning stroll around the area in close vicinity
delights me with a peaceful sanctuary just a 15 minute rickshaw ride away.
Slum and glum is the living condition of the people of this are of the municipality!
But how wonderfully serene and at peace they area in their nature’s getaway.
The art of doing nothing you can master in the Maldives!
A “joali-undhoali” is all you would need to blissfully laze.
Just lie down, close your eyes and listen to the waves.
The warmth of the sun waved off by the dancing breeze.
Sheer lethargy you will feel and the time becomes your slave.
Lulled into a peaceful trance – your mind will doze and doze.
The daily struggle of juggling work and home,
unsettles the brain to a limit never known.
The overworked schedule of the full day brings gloom!
An early morning walk does wonders unknown.
The peak of the sun colouring the sky, a reddish maroon!
Most peaceful time of the day it is! And helps you bloom.
P.S. on the photo challenge:
The theme for this week [Peaceful] is just so dear to my heart;
Many a times I have had to recall my ‘peaceful place’,
To concentrate in class, to study another language. and whatever! ENJOY
P.S. on the pending list – YES! finally went to the eye specialist.