It’s important to carve
Out the space to reflect
On the fact that you may
Not be so perfect
Go out in the world
And stretch out your arms
Breathe in great lungfuls air
And marvel at all of the stars.
You’ll rise up above
The person you started to hate,
So go out and live
Before you realise it’s too late.
When I was going through a really confusing time I took some time out and went running in the Scottish Highlands. If you have never been there, it is the most beautiful place you can imagine.
I spent about twelve hours a day running. I was away from internet connection and people and buildings and I was just left with nature. And there was a moment when it was dark that I just stopped. I looked up at the sky and there were stars in every direction that I looked.
I suddenly had clarity, which probably sounds really cheesy, but it’s true. I had the space to really take a look at myself and my place in the world. It was both scary and freeing.
If you are feeling a bit lost in the world, go out into nature and enjoy the freedom. Take the time to look at the stars and realise how fucking small we are. We have this massive world to love and care for and there are seven billion people out there who we could potentially meet and love and influence and have a positive impact on.
My moment in Scotland, when I stopped running will be something that I remember for the rest of my life. I’m lucky to have a really active lifestyle so I have several of these moments but I wanted to share this because I feel like it’s a place I want to go to in my mind at the moment. It was pure bliss and I wish that for everyone.
Love and Light,
4 thoughts on “one tiny blissful moment”
Not cheesy at all! Running period can release those knots of anxiety that like to flesh out our sanity sometimes. Thank you for sharing 🙂
I’d like to cycle around Scotland one day.
yes just go out there, a hard first step but worth it. I have dreamed of Inverness, in winter of course and the beauty of a winter run. You just added to the serenity of my dream.
I’ve never been to Scotland, but yes, this 🙂