You may have noticed that if people come around to your house, the first thing they do is ask for your WIFI password.
We like to stay connected.
Nowadays, if you haven’t got an internet connection, you are unable to get your emails, notifications, and will have no access to Google.
After one day you will not have missed much, after a week you could have missed some important emails. After a month in some instants, you may have lost your job, or at the very minimum some customers or clients.
The internet is a good analogy for what I’m going to share today because it gets everyone on the same page.
We all know what a month without the internet could potentially do to our lives.
What if our connection to nature is just as important?
The picture below I took about a 35 minute drive from my home, and until last weekend I didn’t know it existed.
In that place, I felt a power that I have not felt in a long time—the feeling of just how insignificant I am in the grand scheme of things. Our egos like to make us think that we are all-powerful, like, it’s up to us to heal the world, to save the planet.
At this time of global unrest and uncertainty, we all crave peace of mind, for everything, too go back to “normal.’ Well, a quantum leap in that direction is to connect with nature again and start to download all the updates that you have missed.
Visit a local landmark, or drive to the closest beach, and re-connect to the only connection you will ever need.