Nine Minutes, Twenty-five Seconds to Perfect Calm.

Via elephant journal
on Jun 21, 2012
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What if you could take ten minutes and be a child again?

Ten minutes to do nothing but breathe and watch a sky full of blackbirds?

Ten minutes to let your hands glide through a field of sunflowers and feel an intense calm wash over you?


 “Happiness” by Ken Marzorati. Music by Jonsi and Alex,


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