The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

beaches vs. mountains

One of the pastors mentioned this topic during a sermon several weeks ago. Some people like a beach to relax while others prefer a mountain. Personally I don’t care about sand. The last time I ever stepped in the sand, I was wearing my beat-up combat boots (1989). I’d rather sit by a window looking out into the snow or rain while writing, reading and sipping a good cup of java or infused leaves. I enjoy a good mountain, trees, a river of cool and clear water and cool air in my nostrils. Call me a mountain-man born city-boy.

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2 responses to “beaches vs. mountains

  1. Rina Mosquera 05/12/2013 at 11:32:41

    Que maravillas de la naturaleza, playas frente a las montañas.

    Me parece fantástico que Ud prefiera el frió, las montañas, los ríos, pero es conveniente alternar, un buen baño en el mar, en los ríos de piedras, le llaman agua golpeada, en las cataratas, etc. también funciona como limpieza a nivel energético, caminar en la arena con los pies descalzos es muy energizante, relajante, terapéutico, cualquier cosa que haga es bienvenida, el contacto con la naturaleza es relajante y sirve para recargarse energeticamente, es recomendable para todo el mundo salir de la ciudad a cualquier parte para ver algo diferente, para respirar otro aire, para comer otras cosas, es suficiente para desestresarse, se debería de hacer todos los fines de semana pero si no se puede deberíamos hacerlo aunque sea una vez al mes y acompáñelo con una buena taza de agua aromática, el café debe eliminarlo completamente de su dieta.

    • Frank Olvera (aka "The Christian Noob") 05/12/2013 at 20:56:13

      pero prefiero las montañas… no la arena.

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