power in nature
“health will be the currency of our future”
I believe that nature is home. Everything we need to maintain our well being already exists in the vastness of this Pandoran realm. The forest nurtures my soul while healing my mind and body. The fields call to me with their song of silence. Into the wild is where i go to lose the tightness that society blankets me in, to shed the fake sense of self that so often plagues me with what is not truth. In nature, I am free. Follow me on this journey.
How You Can Help Our World
Kindness is underestimated. A small gesture, like a smile, a helping hand, donating what you no longer use, can have a tremendous impact on the world around you. It starts with you. It was never about anyone else. We can only change the person we see in the mirror.
bee an Example
It’s not just children that learn by example and behavior but adults too. When you take action and do what’s right, when you make LOVE your default setting, you encourage others to do the same. Bee what you want to see in others.
act local think Global
No matter where you live on planet Earth, you can always make a difference so don’t ever feel small. Do the best you can for your local community and rest assured, your actions will be felt worldwide.
Recent Blog Posts
- Learning From NatureI recently created a short YouTube video, with a collection of images from places I visited and roamed around for the past few months of summer. As I learn to let go and embrace fall, I cannot help but remember everything I’ve learned in my adventures through the wilderness. I’d like to tell you thatContinue reading “Learning From Nature”
- Elderflower, the tree that SnowsIn the misty summer evenings, when often we are grateful enough to experience heavy rain and watch it drizzle, the elderflower releases its gentle fragrance. Magical, I say. I had to wait for a long time to pick my elderflowers, as this year, we experienced so much rain. what seemed like the perfect flower inContinue reading “Elderflower, the tree that Snows”
- The Beauty in What Stings-Nettles and I“beside the nettle, ever grows the cure for its sting” Mary Seattle Every time I’d hear people talk about nettle, nettle tea, nettle pesto, nettle soup, I’d cringe with an ickiness that translates itself into: ‘how can you eat something that stings?’ me, after spending a few hours gathering nettle in the most beautiful orchardContinue reading “The Beauty in What Stings-Nettles and I”