The gardens of Versailles belong to the Republique of France.
At the core of your experience, there is silence and stillness which permeates your entire experience and yet, this silent stillness is overlooked. And whenever the silent stillness is felt, it is not clear that this silent presence is our true nature. Instead it is believed to be a personal experience which belongs to a separate self.
The veil of personal identity results from the unexamined belief that there is a personal center as well as a limitation to awareness.
Although awareness is limitless, borderless and unborn, meaning beginningless and endless, as long as the veil of ignorance is not pierced, the sense of limitation and lack as well as the thorn of mortality continue to haunt us.
The body mind instrument is not that which perceives. It is I/borderless awareness which perceives without the dualistic mind impression of a separate subject and object.
I/awareness take on the form of an oak tree in the yard via the process of perceiving/thinking. Perceiving is how consciousness experiences a world by assuming itself to be a focal point of perception. It is via the process of thinking, that consciousness labels and structures its own perception as composed of a personal body mind awareness and an oak tree in the yard.
Although this process of thinking and perceiving seems to segment consciousness in various body mind awarenesses, this does not imply that any actual separation has indeed occurred. Like in your night dreams you dream yourself to be a ten year old girl traveling in the gardens of Versailles, although this mind impression seems very real to the ten year old girl which you feel you are, you have not in fact become a ten year old girl enjoying the gardens of Versailles. You are resting in bed and upon waking up, you realize that nothing has indeed occurred.
But in order to stroll leisurely in the gardens of Versaille, the ten year old girl is required. You need to seem to become this ten year old girl in order to project and perceive.
Your unhappiness is due to the unexamined belief and feeling that you are a ten year old girl. After all, the gardens of Versailles close at dusk and belong to the Republique de la France.