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On the Nurturing Ways of Nature…

Nature, in all of its forms, has a way of nurturing life and the living; nature is able to create, give, and sustain life. Nature benefits the human body, the human mind, and the human soul. This morning I awoke … Continue reading

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On Passion…

Everyone has a passion. Everyone has something that motivates them to indulge further into life and the experiences it has to offer. Some people have passion for art, music, science, etc. I believe that the happiest of people are those … Continue reading

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On Solitude…

There was a time in my life when I feared being alone. I feared being alone as if being alone was intolerable and unacceptable. Being alone scared me because I had grown so attached to the idea of someone needing … Continue reading

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What Nature is Made of…

“Everything in Nature contains all the powers of Nature. Everything is made of hidden stuff.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Nature”

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On Belonging…

I’m beginning to think people go into nature not as an attempt to escape the society around them, but rather in effort to relocate into a place of belonging. Can a person ever truly escape society? Many times, people tend … Continue reading

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While Reading…

In Walden, Thoreau addresses the idea that someone who becomes swallowed by their work, work which is necessary to make a living, is controlled by the concept of saving up money to live, but does not ever truly live. Although Thoreau was … Continue reading

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