What does it mean to be human? Are we separate from the world, or are we integral parts of a larger whole? This question isn’t just philosophical—it’s deeply connected to how we experience life.

Imagine recognizing that we are not separate from nature, but an essential part of it. This simple realization can profoundly transform how we live, guiding us toward a life of greater richness and fulfillment. Human beings are interconnected with the natural world, a fact that’s evident not only in poetic musings but in our very biology. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and the microorganisms that maintain our health are all reminders of our deep ties to the Earth.

Consider the places in nature that give you comfort. What do you notice is different when you are in them? Numerous studies have shown that being in nature can lift our spirits, sharpen our minds and foster a sense of calm and relaxation.

Nature has a magical way to call us into the present with its beauty and wonder. Today while kayaking, I leaned back, felt the sun in my heart and the water gently rocking me. It created a reset. I invite you to explore how it is to feel the support of a tree, stream, ocean, wide open spaces—whatever suits your soul. Notice how it impacts your day.

The intricate balance and harmony found in ecosystems teach us about the importance of collaboration and interdependence. One of my favorite poets on nature is Kahill Giban. Here, he speaks to the organic give and take of nature:

Give and Take
For to the bee a flower is a fountain if life
And to the flower a bee is a messenger of love
And to both, bee and flower,
the giving and the receiving is a need and an ecstasy.

Nature’s resilience and adaptability remind us to stay flexible and resourceful in the face of challenges. By observing the efficiency and sustainability of natural processes, we can find inspiration for creating more effective and harmonious relationships.

Nature provides a pathway to realizing our fullest potential and thriving. Join me at https://www.facebook.com/Cynthasis and share your nature experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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