Being Near The Water

I was always told in my church going to the water to speak your problems was always a good thing. Seeing the bright blue sky just relaxes you, being near the water calms you down allot. You feel like every single sea creature is probably listening but you don’t care. Just being by the water is all you care about because it’s always a beautiful sight to see, feel, hear and experience.Β 

If you haven’t gone by the water and talk, I suggest you do. You may feel better after. You don’t even have to swim. Just sit and relax. I also wish you a good Sunday!

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Published by IIjohnII87

Just a young man who trying to live his life the best way he can. I'm a proud father of a baby girl and I do security. I'm a gamer at heart and love to workout/ have fun with good friends. I also like to write and tell about my life or opinions. feel to read my words also you can leave comments.

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