Wednesday, September 29, 2010
It's Yours Too
My days no longer drag. My hours don’t feel like days or weeks. A minute actually feels like a minute. The time I have is utilized correctly. Yesterday during my lunch break, I went to the park near my job and the scenery above was the sight I witnessed. I’ve drove past it almost every day for the past two and a half years, and not once did I ever stop. I sat down on one of the tables near the lake and for the next ten minutes or so I forgot about everything else. I forgot why I even went there in the first place. I forgot about the time. I forgot about my job. I forgot about my school. I forgot about my responsibilities. I even forgot about my lunch. I couldn’t remember the last time I felt so at ease. The world literally stood still. And I felt this inner peace, as if the wind whispered in my ear “Everything will be alright” and I felt more than alright. It's tiny moments like these that make life a little more enjoyable. We’re so caught up in our lives, with our hectic schedules that at times we pass up or in my case drive pass mind-boggling settings. That was the first hour of lunch that actually felt like an hour. Nothing less but alot more. Peace.