42nd day in quarantine and counting today. The first week of this suggestive social isolation was easy for me. I…
“Remember, we are our own griefs, my dear, we are our own happinesses and we are our own remedies.” Huseyn Raza
I am socially inept. Let me just put it out there. I get my awkward moments and I’m a self -professed introvert too (INFJ). Social distancing is not a problem. I welcome it! There’s no bigger pleasure than to stay at home and care for my well-being, read my book, watch my Netflix List and remain cozy.
A perfect season to visit this mountain would be spring as it can offer a scenic view of the cherry blossoms in or around the mountain.
If you’re game on to take the challenge unto the next level, try trekking this trail as soon as you get to Tokyo.
“At a certain point in your life, probably when too much of it has gone by.. you will open your eyes and see yourself for who you are. Especially for everything that made you so different from all the awful normals. And you will say to yourself: ‘But I am this person’. And in that statement, that correction, there will be a kind of love.”
I’m organizely disorganized. Skirting around the edge of chaos but somehow holding it together.
I would like you to know that being depressed does not make you a pariah. That doesn’t make you anything less- this I know with conviction.
The more you see, the less you know.
And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt. – Sylvia Plath