Much happiness is overlooked because it doesn’t cost anything.
It’s not how much we have, but how much we enjoy that makes happiness.
The richness I achieve comes from Nature, the source of my inspiration.
That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest.
Let’s get a move on with the rest of my holiday pics, shall we? I feel this dire need to blog about it, especially now as I’m back in the midst of the hustle and bustle of life. The one aspect I really loved about my holiday was the simplicity of it all. I’ve never been a material girl living in a material world, have always been happy with a simple flower bouquet filled with love! Now in my 4th decade I shun it all the more, I seriously do not find peace and comfort in excessive materialism. That does not mean I do not appreciate a good stuff when it comes along, I’ve always cherished everything I’ve got, the value however doesn’t matter. As long as they’re genuinely from the heart, not as a means to gain praise or as public display which I greatly detest. This holiday brought my family and I closer to nature which we love. This is our kind of holiday, away from any major shopping in the consumer world we live in today. We’re already blessed with a lot, how much more do we actually need? Only to abandon them all behind when it’s time for us to leave this world?
There’s been a couple of rather sudden deaths here recently, of two women I knew. Very sad for those involved but served as a reality check for me. I want to live as simply as possible for the rest of my life and focus on what matters, InshaAllah. Right, enough chattering for now, check out our photos below! They were taken at Goodrington Sands, about 15 minute walk from our holiday park. We strolled through the woods behind our caravan site, which was wonderful in itself. We got a bit lost in the dense of it on the way back but that only added to our excitement and collection of memories when we look back in time. Will post our outing to the pier next, so stay tuned! And to fellow Malaysians who read this blog, feel free to pop me a line or two now and then, I don’t bite! I can still write in Malay too, so all are welcome. I’m still very Malaysian at heart so it’s always nice to hear from you. To the rest who have commented regularly, thank you very much, I truly appreciate it. Take care! 🙂