For one, when I go to the beach or chase waterfalls or drive anywhere, that IS my reality.
Two, why does it have a negative connotation? Who cares if you want to “escape reality”? Who are you hurting if you not only escape, but move in?
Three, why not – instead of focusing on escaping – make your actual reality better?
I like driving to the beach. It’s as much a part of my life as staying at home. I enjoy it and don’t consider it an escape, because I’m not running away. I enjoy my life as it is daily and I also enjoy being at the beach.
Where do you go when you want to “escape reality”?
❤ Liz Kelly Zook
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