A Moment of Tranquility

I stopped for a second to breathe in the serenity and peace surrounding me. I was caught off-guard by this sudden stillness and solitude. I was more unprepared for what came next, but for you to understand, let me explain a little more about me…I can’t stand being alone and find this really difficult. I like being in a crowd, chatting and laughing; sitting still, being quiet, standing alone, is out of the question. But, this moment was different from others; this second was different from the rest of my 27 years.

For the first time in my life, I loved being alone, I really appreciated the tranquility. The seconds became minutes and before I realized, minutes became hours. It was so peaceful and quiet. A moment to savour, a time to be still and let go of my petty worries, day-to-day problems, and emotional turbulence. It felt so right to surrender myself to a higher being, it was a time to meditate, just to breathe in and breathe out. Breathe in the peace breathe out the worries…a serene time.

Take me to the Blue, by Stefanie Laroussinie

Take me to the Blue, by Stefanie Laroussinie

This is the story of how I gained my inner peace on a pleasant sunset by the Kolatoli beach at Cox’s Bazar and pleasantly reminded of this true story when I saw this beautiful photo taken by Stefanie Laroussinie. Does this photo remind you of a story?

Article written by: Sadia Naheen
Edited by: Nilla Palmer
Inspired by: Photo of the Day | December 03 | Take me to the Blue, by Stefanie Laroussinie

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