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.

4 comments:

TC. said...

i know exactly how you feel. ironic that i just posted a blog just like this :)

Once Again Its The Life said...

Really?! Because we're freakin geniouses! haha, I'm about to go read it!

Anonymous said...

Isn't it grand...

Once Again Its The Life said...

Grand indeed