Thursday, September 07, 2006


The best thing that happened to me was the trip to Himalayas. No word is sufficient
for me to express the joy I felt when I was there amidst nature. My mind was
absolutely clear and all the feelings of stress and tiredness seem to have vanished.
I think there is no better healer than nature, isn't it?

People say that peace is within us and we try to search for it everywhere else.
It is true. But I think the environment definitely matters.

Himalayas is one place which can actuate spiritual feelings even in an atheist's heart.
Every minute when I was there, I marveled at God's creation. I wondered how can man ever
feel superior. We are nothing at all in front of God's other creations. No book, no movie,
no object created by man can provide the serenity that these stupefying creations in the nature can give.

Yes, there is a bit of me wandering in Himalayas. That bit of me loiters in the gushing Alaknanda, those mysterious caves, the peaceful valleys and the gigantic, towering mountains.

As I stand thinking about it, I am awakened by the honking of the cars behind me.
Yep, now I realize that I am back in my city.:) I walk on with a hope that this serenity
stays with me forever.:)


Rebus said...

Ofcourse there is no better healer then nature.

I guess you should post some more picks at flickr.

And welcome back to reality :)

Sangeeta is in town; should the bangalore bloggers meet.

PS: I shifted my account to beta blogger and it seems we can't post comments to blogger sites :(

ME said...

Yes, it is a totally different feeling up there:)

Madhooo said...

@rebus, @me: Sorry for the late reply. True, nature is the best.:)))