Where, for you, is the quiet you seek? Where is the serenity you’re aiming at? For some, quiet is a lack of sound, for others, it’s the hum of a crowd or a set of arms wrapping tight. What is it for you, and how can you fill your life with more of it? If we are constantly putting ourselves in a place like this, how much better we’ll all be for it. We need quiet, we need serenity, and we need something that feels like solace above almost all things. Find yours, and share what it is.
Bathe me in quiet,
sweet soundless serenity.
Let me hear nothing.
Haiku on Life by Tyler Knott Gregson
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The quiet I seek is both internal and external. Sometimes I get a taste of it when I'm driving up and down California, 7 hours of music to clear my head. Sometimes it's during a sunset when the sun peeks into my room at just the right angle and makes everything have beautiful shadows. Mostly, it's when I'm in the middle of a forest and I feel cold and warm, alone and together, tiny and infinite at the same time. It's when I walk barefoot out into the grass and feel the soil between my toes. The quiet I seek is in nothing and everything.
I need the ocean
close my eyes to the waves
I only hear love