There is tremendous peace in quiet everyday moments.
A state of quietude — time spent listening to the cadence of our inner voice. Hearing ourselves think. Time we’re no longer called upon to speak or focus … just let be.
Time spent trying to relieve stress, absorb the spirit of calm, ease into tranquil moments — body and voice collapsing together, no trace of anger or excitement left, only a dreamy quietude. Submerged in the depth of everyday moments. The quietest of time.
Sure, the above description flies in the face of month-long, daily blogging, but stay with me for a moment. Ten days left and we can let go, then meet again re-energized by a time spent in quietude. How does that sound?
There is no substitute for a complete air of repose, for intervals of total calm that increase our awareness; make our energy, when once again called upon, that much more remarkable.
How do you completely submerge yourself in such moments?