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Just Enjoying Nature ~ Sky Sunday

Just want to share the blue sky of my trip two weeks ago on Kuta Mandalika Beach – Lombok for Sky Sunday. The sky is very bright and quite hot, but a situation like this is something that people who like sunbathing are looking for.

Just posting a picture of this kind feels light and easy even though it feels there are still certain irregularities that block in my mind, “Just like that? Is that valuable enough?”.

Indeed, it is my tendency to reflect on everything I see and hear around me, even when people just enjoy the beach and have fun, even more so if I do something particular for it like meditating, but actually lately, I have begun to get rather used to not writing about all my reflections about life and esoteric, mystical or other things. I’m not a philosopher or poet, right? After all, I don’t know whether all the reflections that I have written benefit others.

  • Do you sometimes think of other things behind what you see?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you have a small interest in recognizing your life, soul, or higher self?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. Hehehe, good point… I see you changed your way of publishing and writing, right…? 🙂

    I have to say, VERY MUCH SURPRISED with these OUTSTANDING photos inside the article, don’t look like your usual photos AT ALL…, LOVE them, the colors, the captures, everything……!!!!! Stunning color!!!!!

    I don’t have a small interest, I have a large interest, hehehehehe… 😉

  2. You can’t force anyone to read your reflections, but those who read usually benefit. Whether it is happiness, awareness, a reminder, or just brain exercise, there is nothing to lose. 😉
    I often feel like that, wondering if what I do is enough, guessing the reactions I will get, why people and animals act in a certain way, and so forth. 🙂

  3. I do often wonder, looking at the sky what lies beyond the perceived horizon. It is there a line in the distance beyond which the world does not reveal. Certainly you can move closer to that edge, but then the edge behind you moves further away.

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