The ins & outs of daily living, translated…
One day, I’d met with my two long-time-no-see girlfriends, other than just chit chatting, we’d also shared our secrets of exercise, of diets as well.
One of my friend is used to watering her plants out on the lanai, and she’d tell the plants her worries; another friend, after she’d done Chi-Gong, she’d talk to the trees, and the two squirrels are listening in close by. As for me, after I’d done my morning runs at the nearby elementary school, I’d looked up to the never-ending skies, and offered my gratitude.
In conversing, sharing with each other, we’d found something we had in common, we’d treated our homes, the greens of the park, the fields of a nearby elementary school as a sacred ground in our lives, to allow our tired hearts to get the rest they needed.
In our separate sacred grounds, we’d held conversations with Mother Nature, the flowers, the grasses, the trees, and the skies, they’re all, quiet, listening in to our stories.
Sacred grounds, are not as hard to find as one imagined, we actually already own it.
And so, it’s still ALL about that peace of mind that you desperately searched for, isn’t it? You just need to find that place where you feel most in-tune, most at-peace with everything around you, and just do what you enjoy there, and, you can find your own sacred grounds in life too.