Hope in the Wild

I find that the wilder and quieter the place, the more we become who we really are. Instead of spending so much of the day turning off, tired and a bit overstimulated, we begin to open up: layers slowly sliding off, awareness of our permeability emerging, a welcoming in of the world that surrounds every one of our cells.

-Anne Martin

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A crystal blue lake in southern Argentina (CNF2015)

http://blogs.nicholas.duke.edu/exploring-green/hope-in-the-wild/

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