The Free Luxuries of Life

Mountain

Life’s luxury is to wake up in the morning, open the curtains, and witness the mountains turning white with the snow.
Life’s luxury is to be woken up by the chirping of BulBuls, Koels, and the Crows.
Life’s luxury is to open the window and feel a gush of fresh, cold air on your face.
Life’s luxury is to have a tall Poplar tree in the open space.
Life’s luxury is to have a stream of fresh, sweet mountain water near your house.
Life’s luxury is to have a garden, where you could grow lilies, cucumbers & the herbs.
Life’s luxury is to witness the sunrise by one window, and the sunset by the other.
Life’s luxury is to witness the Yellow, Pink, Red and Orange colours of the late hour.
Life’s luxury is to watch the shooting stars, the shape of the moon, and count the constellations in the sky.
Life’s luxury is to sleep in your cozy warm blanket, with a hope that tomorrow will be a blessing again.

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4 thoughts on “The Free Luxuries of Life

    1. Welcome to my blog. I’m glad & honoured that you took time to comment.
      I’ve most of these luxuries, but you are right, sometimes I don’t pause and cherish them. 🙂

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  1. Hi,
    Such a healer for feelings..I want to know about one point you wrote
    ”Life’s luxury is to have a tall Poplar tree in the open space”

    Can you please make this point more clear.

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    1. Welcome to my blog Revti.
      The idea is to have a tree near your house. I chose Poplar because of two reasons. One, I like its leaves, and second because I have a tall Poplar tree in front of my residence. 🙂

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