I have rested well, my thoughts are no longer in vain.
I am finally happy, enjoying the breeze, thanking for the experience.
Although my eyes is blurry, I can still see through my eyeglasses.
It doesn’t matter now, I’ll learn to live on my new normal just like how I kept wearing my mask.
This pandemic will not end so soon, well that’s okay, I like social distancing anyway.
There is a curfew around this park where I am resting, enjoying the ocean and its movements.
It make me feel like I am with someone seeing this ocean.
It doesn’t leave me alone, just like air she’s always there giving me love and support, reminding me to keep my release.
There are restrictions that doesn’t apply to your personal life, so learn to see the difference between others confidentiality from yours.
I can definitely share mine but not yours because it is yours to keep.
I am into authenticity, I will keep my heart open for my own peace of mine.
I care about my mental health, I want to be relax and happy.
Stressing isn’t a solution to a problem, rather an enemy.
Relaxing can help you think better ideas, better solutions, and better strategies to reach your goals.
This life is beautiful, awhile ago I was working, now I am sitting.
I appreciate the opportunity every single day.
A challenge of stress and anxiety now makes me happy.
It became a signal for me to relax and keep doing things carefully.
Soon, I will become 27, I am excited for the new wisdom that the universe will upload to my system.
I am hoping that it is going to be as funny and scary.
I believe that I am also being guided, though it may not be as strong like others, it’s because I have limitations that I have to consider.
I am happy that my wants become clearer.
A little row house for me near a beach, just like where I am living, but this time I am owning.
On top of that mountain is a vegetable farm, I ask my friends to garden.
Hoping to receive free goods from heaven.
A big comfort room that can serve as my comfort room.
Surrounded by beautiful paintings that’s looking so real.