This discovery surprised me a lot. Does exercise help the body produce certain happy hormones?
camera moves on rice
My mind got tired just thinking, so I tried to keep an eye on myself with the camera. But I can’t take a camera with me everywhere, so I have to observe myself with an “old-fashioned camera” powered by rice!
The type that runs on rice and belongs to the 7X generation, it is not easy to use at all, it is stubborn even when looking at trees, when looking at the ground, sometimes it freezes and won’t bother to work. Doesn’t pick up, sometimes it happens. Do not record a “small” image in the frame. ,
It’s not easy to tame the camera, especially when it comes with a big ego. The statement that “you can only watch, record and no comments are allowed” is quite challenging.
However, in the midst of those days of harmonious “collaboration”, there was a photo of a man walking towards the camera. Looks like she went for a walk. She doesn’t follow a schedule that lasts exactly one lap of the park. She would sometimes chase the hungry child until he climbed a tree.
Sometimes while walking she would stop, look sideways, mutter: How can a bird scream so loudly? He definitely refused to call that sound singing. She thought for a long time when she realized that the loud crying sound was that of a hungry child.
And then she gasped when she discovered that even the rough starling had the ability to sing very softly. This happens when they flirt with each other.
I heard him murmur: “It turns out that I understand very little about the stars. Maybe that harsh cry when a stranger intrudes is a warning or a sign of something I don’t know.. “.
The camera recorded the image of the saltwater eagle carefully observing the flower, not knowing how it came to this rich place from far away Truong Sa. How does “his” adaptation manage! She looked at the water lilies and the dragonflies sitting quietly on the lotus branches like philosophers sitting in a study.
On the contrary, in the afternoon the swallows were busy chattering here and there. The park is small, but cleverly planted, the rows of trees look like a forest.
I have to admit that thanks to the camera I learned to observe myself in every activity, every thought…
Just pure observation. No decision. No criticism. no hope. Don’t worry. Don’t deal. Don’t be afraid. There is no calculation…
“Am I that bad when I’m angry?”
I realized that was a rare moment when I could live in the present without being surrounded by worries A, B, C…! That was the moment I felt that little spark of joy in each calm, steady step. Those little sparks of happiness don’t just come from happy hormones.
It comes from the fact that I was present and only present in every step, every action and every thought. currently.
The same moment with the trees, at that time the world was just trees. Hot. I don’t remember anyone saying anything like this: Whenever you doubt your reason for living, remember that at least your existence is still useful to a tree. Even if you just sit quietly and breathe.
“Remember, no matter what happens, you still have to breathe.” A voice came, it seemed as if the camera friend was commenting again! But okay, I won’t remind him anymore. Sometimes you have to let someone say something!
It’s not like every day, we just say the same thing, do the same thing, think the same thing. Even…the complaint is just this.
If you don’t believe what I say, ask husbands. Whether it was ten years, twenty years or even fifty years ago, wives would nag their husbands about the same things only: drinking, being dirty, Eastern pants, Western shirts…
I too, as soon as I saw his face, I asked: Have you dried clothes, washed utensils yet… My daughter once couldn’t stand it and shouted: Mom, what’s wrong with that pile of clothes that every time you look at it, you force me to hang it, Mom?
If you don’t believe me, look at the camera and you’ll know right away. Sometimes you will be stunned, do I become as ugly as the devil when I am angry? Have I ever said such harsh words to my children and husband… I go for a walk in the park every day and see trees, people practicing yoga, people learning dance, people running, birds chirping. I see people putting… Wonder:
Are they all, like me, trying to prevent wear and tear?