Day 1568: Oasis

Oasis is

  1. a small fertile or green area in a desert region, usually having a spring or well.
  2. something serving as a refuge, relief, or pleasant change from what is usual, annoying, difficult, etc.:
    The library was an oasis of calm in the hectic city.

Every day, I look for and find a refuge, relief or pleasant change from what is usual, annoying, difficult, etc. Did you know that’s key for great happiness and renewal?

Here are some oases I found yesterday.

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I do believe that sharing music together is an oasis which keeps our planet humming , so here‘s Wonderwall by Oasis:

Sharing my thoughts, feelings, photos, and music every day is an oasis for me. So is getting in touch with my gratitude to all, including you!

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20 thoughts on “Day 1568: Oasis

  1. I like the wonky horizon pic – that keeps the water flowing so you’ll never dry up

  2. Coming here in the morning is a beautiful oasis of fascinating views, intriguing ideas and scintillating conversation! ❤

  3. There’s a wonderful Lemony Snicket quote hanging on the wall of my office: “A library is like an island in the middle of a vast sea of ignorance, particularly if the library is very tall and the surrounding area has been flooded.”
    Thoughts like that are my oasis.

  4. I love the Nutsmaste picture! That one hits home. Thanks.

  5. Thank you for the oasis – both the pics and the music!

  6. a moment
    of sweet
    refuge
    on this
    oasis 🙂

  7. Your post is an oasis that quenches those who thirst for a respite from the harried day.
    -Alan

  8. A post that made me smile as they usually do

  9. There’s nothing like a wonderful cool oasis in life. 🙂

  10. Thanks for bringing your special oasis to us every day Ann. 🤗

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