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my idea of the most peaceful place

Earth 2.0 – the most peaceful place…
you are (not) welcome, humans from Earth 1.0! 🙂 haha

sukriti lakhtakia

“What is the most peaceful place you have visited?” When asked this question, most people misunderstand; they describe picturesque places with tall, lush green trees; still water bodies with the surface being reflected off by warm and glittery sunlight; tall, snowy mountains dominating the picture frame; places where there aren’t many people in sight and where silence serves as their companion. But, unknowingly, they are answering the question, “Where have you felt most at peace?” and not the original question that was asked. The two questions have only a slight difference that is often overlooked. However, it is this slight difference that makes each answer vary. If we scrutinize these answers, we can assume that the persons have understood the question but choose to answer otherwise because they (or as a matter of fact, anyone) haven’t actually had the privilege of visiting a place that fosters genuine peace.

The world…

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Living in Sweden/Born in USSR. Happy. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Painting. Meditation/Yoga. I love my life.
"It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters" A. Ray

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  1. My front porch in the mornings before everyone is up and around. Just me and the wind, birds singing, animals rustling around. I’d invite y’all over but then it wouldn’t be so quiet and peaceful 🙂

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  2. What a cool way to look at this. Certain churches are peaceful when you walk in and no one is there and the sun shines color thru patterned windows. I’ve been in chapels like this, too. Libraries. Some spots in a library are peaceful places to visit. A place to just stop and breathe. Cemeteries are restful, but I always get distracted by the stones. I love cemeteries!!!!!

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      1. Nooooo!!! I think I could live inside of the library. I wanted be a librarian. Maybe bcz my dad read lots & he took me to libraries (with him) at least once a week. That was a bliss!!!
        About laugh can understand (I’m usually feeling so at funerals)…
        Actually to laugh isn’t so bad. To laugh = to feel happy (some way) or no? :))

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