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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Today's Writing Prompt: Routine

What is the most peaceful moment in your daily routine?

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11 comments:

Kanchan Agarwal said...

What is the most peaceful moment in your daily routine?

Lately I have started feeding pigeons in my balcony. In the evening, everyday around 5'o clock. I love to see them walk around me and feed on the grains of leftover rice. Sometimes they shoo each other away, sometimes they gather in flocks. I like the way they bob their heads making me wonder what or who they are looking for.

Leetrice Suber said...

The most peaceful moment of my daily routine is going home and there is no one there. It is quite and I can express my thoughts by writing poems.

Priscilla said...

The most peaceful moment in my daily routine would have to be my walk to class ( unless i'm running late, then its quite stressful) A close second would have to be those precious moments right before I drift to sleep. You know the feeling, pure peace : )

buddhafulkat.com said...

Coffee in hand. Morning light through the starfruit tree. Birds chattering. A distant motorbike. A purring cat. It's not quiet, but it's peaceful.

Tasha Stewart said...

The most peaceful time of my day is my bath time. I am aone for the few moments I am in the bathroom. I have no interupptions from my children or hone calls from anyone. It is my alone time.

Divenita said...

I think its the time i have tea between work and we speak of everything but work.

It makes u relaise you have a life and you work towards making that life better

Graciegreen said...

Up and about early before anyone else wakes I take my strong cup of coffee to the old front porch. I sit on my wicker chair still in my robe and just enjoy the peace...

June Calender said...

About fifteen minutes after the brief weather report from my clock radio, I stay in bed waiting for the impulse to push aside the covers and sit up. A period of awareness that I am at peace between night and day, sleep and wake, dream and reality.

kkkkaty said...

Ideally, my routine for morning would begin with meditating outside near the creek in my back yard. Self awareness and spirituality create a rhythm for the day. Then, a nice cup of pear tea.

The Blind Observer said...

Routine brings safety and comfort, but stifles creativity. Sometimes I need to be kicked out of my daily plans to start something new or look again at what I thought I already understood.

Carrie said...

9pm Wednesday's- "American Horror Story," on FX. Minnie Mouse p.j.pants, hair is wet, propped by two pillows, and sore from weight lifting class.