The last rays of sun strike the top of a sea cliff at Mornington Peninsula.
This was one of those unforgettable and magical moments: a few seconds of intense clarity, brought on in that special way that being alone in Nature can evoke. I recall just lying down in the last warm seconds of sunshine, listening to the sea grasses whisper knowingly to one another. The warm spring breeze and the slow, rolling waves far below melting together into one great, timeless duet. And as always, layer upon layers of life's trivialities just peeling away, revealing the few things that truly matter.
For a few priceless seconds, I found myself high on a cocktail of loneliness and the pure, blissful ecstasy of simply being alive.
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