How in the presence of something so vast, so, boundless, can offer that needed healing to us, how being in something so massive, takes the focus of the self away, and we became, immersed in the beauty that, surrounds, us…translated…
Using diver’s lungs to dive, it’s an underwater activity where you would need to carry your own bottle of air, and other devices too, that allow you to dive down, deeper. I loved diving, because it gives me the chance to leave everything onshore behind temporarily, I only needed to focus on the breathing in and out, moving my legs to swim around, along with, what surrounded me at the moment.
At the end of autumn last year, I’d bid farewell to my best friend forever. Without much consoles, my diving partners pulled me along, on the distant and far away diving adventures I’d had from before. Looking at the glows of the light from the bottom of the oceans, the shimmers of the water reflecting on the light, was more than, satisfying. And, if there were the schools of fishes that pass, or the sea turtles swimming along, it would feel, even more, amazing. In the bottom of the oceans, I feel, so tiny, so, miniscule, my thoughts, purified too to simplistic. And, it gave me a depth of understanding, of how enchanting the oceans are, and how we also need to, be respectful toward it. What was out, of my, expectations, was that I got acquainted with a group of friends who shared the same hobby of deep sea diving as I. We dived together, then, barbecued, drank, and sang those songs.
alone, with nothing but our own selves, and, nature…photo from online
I’d originally thought, that my sorrows will take me over that I won’t enjoy this trip, and yet, I’d felt, healed, again. I’m grateful toward the presence of the oceans, using that deep, serene arms to, embrace me. That vast, blue ocean turned everything to small, and, no matter how huge the storms of emotions I was under, the oceans made it, reduced by a whole, lot.
So, being in the presence of something so, majestic, it takes away the unimportant feelings of the self, and that’s, just it! How we are, often troubled, by something so tiny, that we needed that wakeup call by putting our selves into something that’s, larger, something boundless, to remind ourselves, that our problems are, nothing, that we should NOT get trapped by, the unimportant, the miniscule matters of our, measly lives.
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