Walking In Nature

Since moving to Connecticut, I have discovered how important it is to take time to escape the stress associated with noise, and unsightly visuals of over-development, sprawl, relentless commercialism, and worst of all, litter, and filth. I discovered the value of nature, hiking trails in the woods, listening to the sounds of animals, trees, the wind, away from the often obnoxious sounds of civilization. Although I may have walked more when I Iived in NYC because the city is built for it, I now walk in nature (unplugged!) with more peace and awareness of life around me, that in many ways, is more magical. I almost can’t go a day without it, and each time it saves another small part of my life.

 

Read: https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/07/22/how-nature-changes-the-brain/

 

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