All of you have to be awakened with an alarm clock including me. So in order to do away with mechanic alarm clock you have to learn how to make use of your ‘inner alarm clock’.
The ‘inner alarm clock’ ticked by and took me through a worthwhile experience atop mountains.
Each sunrise was a deeply moving experience, seeing the village lights gradually getting dimmer as the sunrise grew over distant mountains. Going past by through maze of roads below, the cars, trucks were tiny dots creeping along the green highways. The clouds have a race with us, sometimes overtaking us and engulfing us into its chillness. We continued moving ahead leaving behind all the clouds and going uphill. It's easy to hear a distinct "accent" when you "ascend" to the mountains.
Then comes the style of living there, which could not get much more basic than this. People getting up early, eat, go downhill to their respective fields, get tired by afternoon, after returning back have ‘Roxy’ complete the dinner and go off to sleep. Most of them follow this simple life with no telephone connectivity, irregular electricity and still they don’t have any complains.
And then again during the evening you can see the evening clouds getting heavy with moisture and talking a more threatening shade of grayish sky. Driving the car through these conditions filled me with a sudden thrill. Then again I could almost see the thunder lightening right before me and a sinking feeling comes in. I suppose this would make your mind to rush and take you in the same situation and go through the experience.
Mountains, clouds & water are the three majestic powers of the earth and sky. It seems they confront each other in dramatic fashion like armies lined up to the battle and what spectacle when they do.