Do you listen to nature?
Enjoy this blog on how nature knows more than we understand, unless we’re prepared to listen.
Have fun listening with an open mind & heart
“Deep inside, we still have a longing to be reconnected with the nature that shaped our imagination, our language, our song and dance, our sense of the divine.” — Janine M. Benyus Carousel of Happiness
In my new book, E-Cubed, there’s an experiment I call “Nature vs. News.” The idea is that the natural world has important messages to share.
So needless to say, I’m getting lots of “messages” about this very topic.
Spirit, Southwest Airline’s inflight magazine, just ran a story about Scott Harrison, a woodcarver in Nederland, Colorado who built a Carousel of Happiness.
But he wasn’t always so happy.
After a tour in Vietnam ended abruptly after seven months (his knee was shredded by a grenade), he was airlifted out of the battlefield and returned to an America that as he says, “wouldn’t look a soldier in the eye.”
To cope, he drank, took drugs and…
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