Nudism and Life’s Simple Pleasures By Felicity

I remember having a philosophical debate in one of my classes in whether it was the enormous achievements or the little things giving life meaning and happiness. Thus do we rely on the enormous moments like getting married, landing a brand new job, attaining your goals to determine our happiness? Or could it be the little pleasures like a cup of hot cider on a fall day, going to the bank and finding there is no line, hearing one of your favorite songs come on the radio
Or is it a mixture of both?
I have always been a believer in the simple things in life. Valuing the small presents, joys, even surprises, that life has to offer daily. What does this have to do with naturism? Well I find naturism puts me more in touch with life’s simple pleasures. It exemplifies basic, pleasant senses when nothing stands between me and the outside world. Such as feeling the sun on my face. The forgiving Earth under my feet. Watching the clean water ripple out as I swim unencumbered through a lake. The sweet odor of the trees and flowers. Listening to the symphony of insects. Birds. Bull frogs. Having a cup of tea in the morning, nude, outside.
Simple Delights Of Nudism
To me naturism can be about simplicity and living in a Straightforward way. I love waking up with no worry over finding clothing to put on. The simplicity of being myself in my own uncovered body. Less laundry, no clothes to stain, no hassle of finding the right shoes, top, trousers to wear. No tugging, snapping, pulling or correcting of textiles. I will take a shower and remain nude later, instead of precariously holding up my towel while I fumble for clothes to dress. Life is just simpler nude.
You may have heard of a website focused on life’s simple pleasures called “1,000 amazing things.” It got so popular that it turned into two international bestselling books. It is basically designed to remind us of all the great things we can appreciate day to day. Doing a search, I discovered this lovely item about skinny dipping that begins by saying, “You were meant to be nude.”
I discover it sums up my reflection on the simple joy of eschewing garments with:
“Occasionally pants are a pain and tops are a mess and life’s just a lot better when you’re totally undressed.”
What does one think? Is it the critical instants or accomplishments, or the simple delights in day to day living that ascertain well-being? Or both?
Does naturism remind you of the simple pleasures in ?
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Writer of Naturist Website. Co founder of Naturist Portal. 3rd-generation nudie. Avid reader. Feminist. 70% vegan, 30% vegetarian. When I’m not busy eating, I’m writing about naturism, censorship, topfree equality, body image and other fun subjects. I like feedback, so plz leave a comment when you have got something to say!