I would assume that the measure of each individual’s personally desired success determines the extent and parameters of Tranquility within any couple’s partnership. Tranquility as purely peaceful beingness can be interpreted in as many different ways as there are ways of being. Constant activity, social networking and engagement may be one person’s peaceful heaven and another’s chaotic, intrusive hell. Tranquility may be seen as boredom or even death to some. Acceptance (which I covered as the ninth blog theme) may be considered a path to tranquility on one hand while on the other an unacceptable retreat from forced change. When I meet someone who is content within themself without needing to mold others into a similar form I see them as having integrated some piece of tranquility. Defining tranquility can be as elusive as achieving it. Tranquility may travel incognito which is one reason I’m in no rush to publicize these blogs. In due time I will decide how to format and distribute on WordPress, but for now my initial goal is complete with this post. I have tossed my pebble in the river. Tranquility, like the river of life, can be observed, walked beside, jumped into or out of, set in motion, embarked on or dissolved into, even navigated or obstructed. I like to think that the ripples of these posts will do their own work and eventually find their way to a kindred soul ready to connect in a similar manner. For this reason it only made sense to save Tranquility for this 16th and final theme of my blog series Finding My Soulmate. Now on to other adventures. To like hearted travelers along the way may Peace and Tranquility be with you all, whether or not your ripples bounce back to meet mine.
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