Take Time to See the World

For the last month, all of us have been spending more than 10 hours in school. Yes, study is important. But, in the race to the finishing line, did we forget to see the world? Endurance...

For the last month, all of us have been spending more than 10 hours in school. Yes, study is important. But, in the race to the finishing line, did we forget to see the world? Endurance Expedition is a journey. For some of us, it would be a soul-searching mission, a mission to rediscover our inner feelings and thoughts. For me, it is. That’s why I am here.

Feeling so cramped in the four walls, I took a break and walked to the back of the school and sat on the bench at the snow-covered garden. Winter is coming to an end. It’s so peaceful. I looked out and up. The Berlin Fernsehturm (Berlin TV Tower) majestically reaching for the blue, winter sky from where I sat.

A flock of birds on leafless tree, looking at me. Or, I am looking at them. It doesn’t matter who is looking at who. We are looking at the world around us.

Take time, my friends, to see the world. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing now. Stop to smell the world.

Comments.

Sian Morley-Smith

Sunday 4th April 2010, 09.42 (Europe/Paris)

SO TRUE! Sometimes I think taking little breaks in the fresh air to look and think helps clear and focus the mind - definitely makes me more efficient in the long run! Great little snippet into your world, birds are always looking at me too.

Sameer Singhvi

Sunday 4th April 2010, 15.29 (Europe/Paris)

Absolutely, seeing world is seeing and admiring nature. Nature where we are born and where we will be dissolved. Daily work and study pressures makes brain closed and confined. We should be free...not physically but mentally...after all every big n first hand innovation was result of free mind

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