On a warm and sunny spring day, I walked along the streets with my wife and my camera, randomly photographing anything at the spur of the moment. After a pretty long walk, we took a break with some friends at a tea house near the market, and also at a cozy cafe which is hidden along some narrow back lane. It was relaxing, simple and peaceful. “A little happiness in hand” – that’s exactly how I felt.
This term was created by writer Haruki Murakami. “If we don’t have this kind of little happiness, life will be like a dry, arid desert.” Murakami said.
Have you experienced “a little happiness in hand” in your life yet?