Spiritual Dessert At Santo Domingo And Amsterdam

A calming, bluish dusk at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Labeling a quiet place as serene is interesting, but the one who’s labeling it might be miles away from serenity. The moment we’re out of a serene location, which certainly pumped us up, our psychological dominance if you will, might crush under the weight of life’s routine chaos.

It’s a given that all of us cannot visit serene locations all the time; at best, once a year. We should, therefore, enjoy find-serenity-wherever-you-are spiritual dessert.

This dessert might taste bitter. Our tasks would be uphill. Clock’s ticking.

Hence, we must either develop the will to bludgeon the issues or, seek peace while issues bludgeon us. Playing a victim is weakness and dumb, given life will come at us hard, every time.

As time approached sunset, Vondel Park in Amsterdam was quieter


14 thoughts on “Spiritual Dessert At Santo Domingo And Amsterdam

  1. Serenity is indeed found in the choices we make in every day life – move on or fester. And there ain’t much serenity in festering. Great post my friend, beautifully written…

  2. The moment we are out of a serene location which certainly pumped us up, the psychological upper hand vanishes under the enormous weight of life’s routine chaos”… I love when it happens. It is certainly an introspective moment of Joy and peace…
    By the way,I nominated you for a Wonderful Team Member Readership Award” (Rad Version).~ Please check it out here: here: https://aquileana.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/%E2%96%BAgreek-mythology-poseidon-the-god-of-sea/
    Best wishes and happy weekend! Aquileana 😀

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