If you ask me which monument is a must-see in Macau? I will answer you: “San Domingo’s Church!”
I still remember the excitement of finding out where to go on this trip with my long-distance partner in Taiwan. It’s not just about going to the city where the other person lives, it’s about exploring different places together.
And then, in just a few short months from the end of the year to the new year, I was left alone, and in those moments I kept thinking about what was wrong with me, and the nights suddenly became so long that I suddenly realized that time is right, “Now you have to face it by yourself.”
I have a ticket, and an order lying around on a travel booking site, I could just hit the cancel button now and stay here feeling sorry for myself, yeah. Or I could just wait patiently until the date on my ticket and go! Let’s go!
This time, I was alone and let myself get involved in the planning of the trip. I took the bus to the lobby area in the morning and everything along the way was so different because I was alone and I could only concentrate on finding the place I planned to go among the new things.
The buildings here always have a little bit of a lighter, more colorful feel to them, cotton candy! The color scheme here is always a little sweet to me. The plaza was full of tourists, so I walked along the road and soon saw it.
When you look up inside the church and see the decorative frescoes and lamps, and how small you look inside the huge church, you suddenly feel a sense of calmness in your heart.
“Who is that person standing on the same piece of land and in the same building?”
It seems that life is supposed to be full of chaos so that more stories can be told, and I think that’s what every life should go through.
Because here I feel that my world is so narrow.
I only have myself and a Panasonic GF10 camera, which is my only “companion”, I don’t have to describe how beautiful it is, it not only doesn’t need me to explain, it helps me for remember the details that I don’t have enough brain capacity to see in just 10 minutes.
At that moment I felt that some part of me was healed, not about religion, religion is only an abstraction for me, it sometimes accompanies some people. The most important thing is how I am, how my relationship with the world is established. How to find a connection with everything in the world, and in what way to continue learning about “being”.