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Little things.

~ random thoughts on a quiet summer night.

Somewhere on the ocean.

Some days are hard to get through. Usually, there are many reasons why (and sometimes, it seems there is no reason at all; maybe because, sometimes, all these reasons bleed together and become something bigger; something not quite tangible – like fog):

  1. A great book turned into an awful movie.

  2. Losing something.

  3. A word spoken without care.

  4. Missing something.

  5. The break-up of a good band.

  6. Losing someone.

  7. A starless sky.

  8. Missing someone.

However, even during these days, these heavy ones, these seemingly never-ending ones, there are little things that make them worthwhile. Things that ask you to pause, to take a deep breath; that make you realize that in the midst of the struggle, there’s also beauty (little flickers of happiness; hope):

  1. The sunset.

  2. That after-rain smell.

  3. A good song.

  4. The sound of steps in the snow.

  5. A good book.

  6. A hot cup of coffee.

  7. A good conversation.

  8. The sunrise.

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