imi e dor…

imi e dor…

Sa citesc o carte pe nerasuflate intr-o singura zi si sa nu beau decat cafea, sa mananc sandvisuri si sa ma plimb intre balcon si dormitor.

Imi e dor de munte. Sa fac un traseu linistit, sa urc incet prin padure. Sa evadez din aglomeratie. Sa ploua marunt, mocanesc, dar sa imi incalzesc pielea cand el ma tine de mana.

…sa vad un film bun.

Sa nu mai fac planuri si totul sa se intample fara sa fie planificat.

Imi e dor sa nu mai vad apusul atarnand de cladirile Londrei.

Asta am scris intr-o zi, in word, la birou. Era dimineata, biroul gol, cerul usor inorat. In cateva minute a reinceput zumzetul zilei. Insa pe seara, ajunsa acasa, la lumina lampii de langa pat m-am intors la cartea How to Relax a lui Thich Nhat Hanh. Aproape mi se inchideau ochii de somn, insa am dat peste urmatorul paragraf:

Lazy day

Most of us have very scheduled lives and very full calendars. But do we have enough lazy days in our calendar? A lazy day is a day for us to be without any scheduled activities. We just let the day unfold naturally, timelessly. On this day we have a chance to reestablish the balance in our lives. We may do walking meditation on our own or with a friend, or do sitting meditation in the forest. We might like to read a little or write home to our family or to a friend. It can be a day for us to look more deeply at our practice and at our relations with others. Or we may recognize that we simply need to rest. When we have unscheduled time, we tend to get bored, seek entertainment, or cast about for something to do. A lazy day is a chance to train ourselves not to be afraid of doing nothing. You might think that not doing anything is a waste of time. But that’s not true. Your time is first of all to be – to be alive, to be peace.

Thich Nhat Hanh (from How to relax)