I want to urge you to take time to get out and enjoy the feel and smell of the freshness of spring.
I have always been in love with the outdoors. I love big water. I was born next to Lake Erie. Later moved to an ocean town.
At the same time I love camping in the wilderness. Walking trails and watching for little critters as I go.
I found the best fit for the two of those loves at Anastasia State park in St. Augustine, FL. I would go there and pitch my little mini tent all alone and just breath for a few days.
At night, on my way to the toilet, I may cross paths with a raccoon or a opossum.Something that people only see on discovery channel or youtube videos. . And there they are in my path.
On our farm here in Serbia, I get my chance for soul breathing every time we go out into the fields. I see birds nests in the trees and on the ground. I see the tracks of wild pigs. I hear the call of birds in the air and the wind in the trees.
Soul breathing is something I came up with as I wrote this. It just seems about right. We are animals. Mammals. Our souls know where we belong. And when we are in natural surroundings, it is a bit of good medicine for the soul. Not to mention the vitamin D we get from the sun!
If you are keen on being inspired by nature or downsizing for super sizing your life, one of these two Ted Talk videos may be the ticket. I enjoyed then both.
The first video inspires humility, gratitude, and grace. All good things. I could use more of that in myself.
Next up is the not unattractive scientist who loves turtles. I loved a turtle once til it bit me. I may or may not have been petting its head at the age of 4. Mr. Turtle didn’t like being pet like a cat. Lesson learned!
I digress. This is an inspiring nature video. If you are interested, click the link below!
Dobar Dan Y’all!