quiétude profonde – deep calm…:-)

motto:”Trouvez du plaisir dans la vie – la pure et simple sensation de vivre est une joie suffisante.”(Emily Dickinson)

chaque fois que je m’éloigne des mots, je me tais le plus longtemps possible… de temps à autres, le silence m’encourage à contourner et à éviter les choses “non-essentielles” de la vie quotidienne… du coup, je respire la vie et j’expire la joie qui ressemble plutôt  à un sourire ou un avant-goût d’éternité… et dans les secondes qui suivent, j’espère devenir un poème en prose… 🙂
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apparent stillness of the Andorran flowers… 🙂

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motto:”Find ecstasy in life – the mere sense of living is joy enough.”(Emily Dickinson)

whenever I move away from the words, I just remain quiet as long as possible… now and then, stillness urges me to walk around and to avoid the “non-essentials” of the daily life… thus, I breathe in life and I breathe out joy which looks like a smile or a foretaste of eternity… and within the following seconds, I do hope to turn into a prose poem… 🙂
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have a smooth Friday and a poetic weekend, guys! 🙂


TODAY is here and now…:-)

during this 3h-hike, I was in awe at the wonderful landscape, and after I saw the ruins of an old farm among the Andorran chalets, I recalled Steve Jobs’ wise and realistic encouragement:“I’ve looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: if today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do right now?… And whenever the answer has been ‘no’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.”(Steve Jobs)
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Bosc d’incles, Soldeu, Andorra…

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well, we’re ALL just “temporary passengers” on this planet and our only certainty is death, as it’s part of our lifetime; that’s why contemplating tomorrow is both necessary and essential to live better TODAY… latest research studies have showed that, paradoxically, reflecting on this delicate topic could be instructive and helpful for improving (in) our present; accepting or, at least, “taming” our own mortality can turn into a powerful catalyst for positive, healthy, long-lasting change… btw, what would you do differently if you knew you were going to pass away tomorrow? whenever you look back before you say ‘goodbye!’, what will you regret IF you don’t make any changes from now on?!… 🙂

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