Different Is Not Necessarily Bad

Your challenge this week is to write a post based on this picture: – Weekly Writing Challenge

couple-embrace

This picture just speaks to me of romance. The couple meeting and embracing. Reminds me of a scene you would see at the end of a movie when the couple realizes they are meant for each other and go rushing after each other to fall in each others arms. Happily ever after.

Another thing that comes to mind to me is the quiet, serene, and peaceful life the picture shows me. Having a tram coming through the neighborhood leads me to believe there is not a lot of transportation option, such as cars. It leads me to believe that this is a neighborhood set in a simpler time. A time where people were forced to take time to enjoy life because coming and going was not as convenient as simply going and jumping in your car whenever you wanted to.

The buildings seem to say to me that the people are very close with each other. With so many people living in such a close space I am sure they got to know each other. Getting to know each other means caring for others, helping others, loving others.

This picture leads me to believe the people are happy. Sometimes the simple life can lead to more happy and content people. No busy schedules to follow. No hustle and bustle of a lot of the common things we see in our day to day lives. It’s a nice reminder of how things can be different based on where you are. And that just because they are different it’s not always a bad thing!

 

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3 Responses to Different Is Not Necessarily Bad

  1. muZer says:

    So true.. Simplicity can be blissful too. Enjoyed reading your take on the pic.

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