“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.”
— John Lubbock
We all know that nature doesn’t need people. People need nature. Right? We must understand there are aspects of how our planet evolves that are totally out of our control. But there are things that we can manage, control and do responsibly that will allow us and the planet to evolve together.
Through the global pandemic we have realized that the soul of nature is more alive than ever and has left us a very clear message.
The best way to cultivate a deeper connection with nature is to be more involved in it. Nature gives her gifts freely and we are rewarded with a deeper respect for the world and those in it. A walk through nature can get your creative juices flowing, help clear your head, or give you a much-needed sense of inner peace.
Picture by: @mordorable
If we see the journey from the perspective of full consciousness and contact with nature, we find an experience that allows us to rediscover ourselves and return to the source being more “us”— feeling better, with renewed energy.
We aren’t a part of this big, beautiful world to be mere spectators, but to let it take us to new heights, have new learning experiences, and to ultimately help us be better humans.