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Come Sit With Me | By Laura Souguellis
“In an age of movement, nothing is more critical than stillness.”
– Neemrana’s Hill Fort Kesroli
“Learn to sit back and observe; Not everything needs your reaction.”
Udaipur City Palace
“It’s amazing what you can see when you sit quietly & look.”
– Neemrana’s Hill Fort Kesroli
“If you are too tired to speak; come sit next to me. For I too am fluent in silence.”
Neemrana’s Tijara Fort Palace
“A writer is working when he staring out of the window.”
– Udaipur City Palace
“Sit back and relax. Take a break. You are at the lake”
– Silserh Lake Palace
“Here I sit beneath a tree. Heart calm. Soul hums free.”
Neemrana Fort Palace
“Every quiet & calm place is a temple for the wise man”
– Shaheen Bagh
“Love is ….. being together at sunset”
– Surajgarh Fort
“Its so still, so still and quiet that I only hear my birds”
– Neemrana’s Tijara Fort Palace
“Never be afraid to sit awhile and think”
– Neemrana’s Hill Fort Kesroli, Rajasthan
“If you could sit in this corner and chat away with anyone, who would it be?”
– Fabcafe by FabIndia

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The Soul Is Here For It’s Own Joy!
Monika Ohson | TravelerInMe

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36 responses »

  1. Did you write this post for me? That’s the message the universe has been sending me for days on end, and I’ve had a tough time keeping up with it. Though I am one with myself only in my silences.
    And guess what today I have taken time out to be with my silent spaces and myself.
    I feel so blissed out and blessed. 🙂

    These pictures are ❤

    Awe-inspired by your photography skills, and the collection that you always share with us. Love the painstaking efforts you take to join the #WW community. Thanks Monika.
    Be blessed, always.

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  2. So many beautiful images. It is almost impossible to choose, but now I want to stay near the lake!
    And listen the peace and the music of the calm. Thank you for the moment, Monika!
    happy WW and a beautiful Autumn!

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  3. Monika .. thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog 😉
    Being fluent in silence is an art … and I think almost an impossible feat for too many people.
    I think the people who enjoy and respect nature, are the most capable when it comes to that.
    I find such comfort at this time of year, to listen to the crickets and and possible frogs in my garden.
    The best balm after a hard long winter ? are the first songs of birds who feel the warmth coming back.
    The person who I would so want to talk with quietly, would be my sister , she passed away in 2004.
    I have so much left unsaid it aches … but, sometimes I dream of her and it helps.
    Beautiful pictures and comments !

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    • I am so happy to know that you enjoyed the post Joy! I do agree that people who love nature enjoy the bliss of quietude with much ease.

      We realize a lot of things once someone leaves. I hope you feel the joy of meeting her in your dreams. Remember her with love and without any ifs and buts. It will be healing for both of you. Here’s a virtual hug for you Joy 💜

      Have a peaceful & happy week ahead.

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