It is absolutely amazing how spending some real time in the outdoors can bring things into perspective. It is so easy to get caught up in the fast paced, aspiring, social, financial, political, technological aspects of modern life that sometimes we tend to forget that the laws and rhythms of nature pretty much remain the same...and we still are beings of nature, aren’t we? I’ve recently gotten a taste of what I now realize, like so many of us, I was slowly but surely beginning to lose contact with, my instinctual sense of being a part of nature and how much of a blessing that really is.
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