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Zestful Dreams - some possible, some not...

Give me books - all that I need
Add to that, some time to read

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To open all locks, find me a key
Zest is all about being free


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Throw in a vacation to brood and just be

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Good food is needed for a foodie like me
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An awesome ride to bounce back with speed
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Books with time; freedom's key;
vacation to relax; car of speed;
some good food too I need
to add zest to life... I believe!


One of the dictionary meanings of the word 'Zest' is 'Passion'. So obviously what is needed to add zest to life is to do what one is passionate about... easier said than done.
So it is the small things that one enjoys that bring back the energy and enthusiasm to life.
I recently read somewhere that the Law of Time is flexible. Time can actually be stopped temporarily or accelerated. That is where I got the idea of asking for time to add zest to my life. It is supposed to be possible... I wonder how, though...

So, books and time; freedom to be; vacation (again time comes in); good food (always makes me happy). The car comes in because I know, once I have relaxed and enjoyed at a slow pace, the speed will be welcome.

When I dream these dreams, it feels like rebooting my system. Take a break, do stuff I enjoy, and come back as if all fresh and relaxed and gearing up for the fast paced part of life - which I enjoy too.


“If you have zest and enthusiasm, you attract zest and enthusiasm. Life does give back in kind.” – Norman Vincent Peale

"In bad times and good, I have never lost my sense of zest for life" - Walt Diseny



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  1. Wonderfully worded. All the best Nimi!!

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    1. Thanks for reading and thanks for appreciating...

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    2. Thanks a lot. Glad you like it :)

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