We are beginning to discover that spending time in and with the natural world heals us.
I believe it is in large part the natural world’s eternal beauty, True Beauty, that heals, balances, and harmonizes. We are a part of the natural world. We resonate with it and feel best when we are synchronized with it.
So get thee to a garden! And a forest!
And remember when you are in a garden that aside from the obvious simple beauty that a garden creates, the relationships one forms while creating and tending it—with the soil, the plant, the visiting animals, birds, bees and insects, the weather—are enriching and enhancing—and sometimes annoying and frustrating.
Let’s list that aspect under character development.
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