The plague brought by the pessimistic virus has ended. But we should all be careful because it is contagious.
Walking is a great way to stimulate the endorphin,
the hormones that reduces pain and create pleasant feelings
Back when I was child (insert the tone of "Dance with my Father" here), I find walking as a great relief to my aching heart. This is one of the activities I am good at and I love doing it whenever my father's bicycle isn't around (yes folks, I learned cycling using my father's mountain bike).
I was clueless then why it gave such a relief, but now I am aware. Walking is my antidote to depression and stress. Sometimes I forgot that I have this antidote, besides who would remember if your mind is preoccupied. But in time, circumstances will find a way to remind me that in the midst of a chaotic situation I can leave the situation for a while to witness not only the therapeutic benefit of walking but also the wonders of nature. Yesterday, I did it again and look what I found; a piece of happiness from mother nature.
Wondering how this grass made it up
on the tree trunk... hmmm, silly grass, isn't it?
a new life is coming out from the tree. Amazing
These are simple things that most of us don't appreciate because our eyes are gaze on the far end of the world. But if we will fix our eyes on what we have, we will discover that true happiness lies within ourselves and on everything that we have around us.
Have a great weekend everyone!