I love silence
I love silence
My car used to answer my phone "hands free" whlle this sounds nice it was disruptive. When I ran the Los Angeles Marathon in a "monsoon" it killed my phone. I never figured out how to make my car recognize my new phone but guess what? I don't care. I am thankful this happened to my phone thanks to the rain I found new place of peace and quiet inside my car.
Before every trip in the car I would call someone. Now I use the quiet time to think and just be. I do not like the radio either or AC just roll down the windows and take in the moment.
While all things electronic surround us to simplify (supposedly) our lives I think I was loosing track of beauty, nature quiet ......all that is. It is just perfect as is a never-ending spectacle if we just be in the moments that are.
I am not a fan of random noise.
Why some people need to chew and crunch every time they watch TV makes me dislike TV.
I dislike going to the movies because the chewing and crinkling annoy me.
I dislike co-workers who chew gum, crack their knuckles or make other noise.
I hate canned laugh tracks on TV shows.
I could be a hermit. I would never tire of the alone time and I would love the sounds, scents, and views from my own place.
I survive random noise by
Leaving the scene before it becomes a crime scene. haha!
Avoid going places I know will cause me stress, like the movies.
I spend much more time outside in the elements these days alone with nature walking or running and that is how I thrive despite living in a small-shared place.
“” by Bruce Schneider