It was almost time for dawn, so I was having my daily morning wash. Gradually the sound of rain began to dim, and behind the curtain, the light was growing stronger. I opened the window wow! There were no more clouds remaining in the sky. The dew on the leaves and the fresh green colour given by yesterday's rain was overpowering the ugliness of everything else. Everything seemed to be revitalised, like someone after a shower and a long nap. The whole of the surrounding countryside looked so refreshed. Even the air was so fresh, as if it had never been polluted, and I was sure it hadn't changed in the last ten years, and would still be the same in the next ten. The snowy mountain-top was especially beautiful.
I myself have a special love towards khang. Even my childhood nickname was "Khang Trug". In my childhood, my favourite game was playing in the khang and making snowmen. Then I would call them my mother and father- a family.
This day was also a good day for me because recently I had been dreaming of my khang-game. Luckily, the previous day's rain had brought khang to the top of the high mountain. Even though I couldn't go and play in it, at least I could enjoy the view. Khang can take me to a world without any suffering and worry, which contains only
enjoyment. In my childhood, I used to go where there was khang, especially when I wasn't happy. Khang is my best companion. I remember I liked when there was khang, because when khang came everyone could blow smoke from their mouths, not only my father. Oh yes! Chasing rabbits was also a nice game, because my friend, khang, would always tell me where the rabbit had gone.
For most people, khang is just the beauty of nature, but for me, it's also a memory the memory of everything from my childhood, my family, my hometown and my dreams. I like khang, and more than that, I think I have a special love towards khang. In fact, it's not only love. Fate has bound me with khang. Khang gives me the courage to stand after I fall down. Khang helps me to keep my goals without caring about the hardships. It is khang which taught me to be still and not emotional, and which has kept me alive for all these years.