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Where do you go to get away from it all? For me, it's sitting beside a mountain stream!

The mountain stream is a place of refuge.There’s a place that beckons us and seizes our thoughts. And try as we might to ignore it, it calls to us during our hectic lives and interrupts our busy schedule.

It’s the stuff of daydreams and idleness, yet we cannot push the thoughts aside.

It is human nature to seek the shelter of comfort and refreshment, especially when the pressures of everyday life push us to the brink of exhaustion.

My “special place” is next to a cold rushing mountain stream in the midst of the forest.

The combination of the sounds of tumbling water, the chirping of the frogs and the birds, the wafting scent of the riverine dampness on the rocks and mosses, and the sight of dancing light bouncing on the ripples offer the cool refreshment that reinvigorates the spirit and frees the mind from all other distractions.

To me, sitting beside a mountain stream and taking it all in is Nirvana.

And just thinking about it isn’t all that bad either!

Roaring Fork in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

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