A Walk In The Woods

It shouldn’t be hard to appreciate what we already have, but it seems like it is. Why is that so? Are we afraid of detachment, or is it just pure satisfaction and showing off?

Suppose you fear detachment, so you want to have more and more and more. Or it’s just pure satisfaction, so when you’re under stress, you go shopping and can sense calmness and happiness afterward. Alternatively, you just like showing off. In the end, who cares? Your soul suffers.

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without. ~ Buddha

Release a burden by walking in the woods, connecting with nature, and breathing. That is pure satisfaction. We alienated ourselves from our roots, and we chose the wrong path. Luckily, we can still make it right. Seneca would say: As long as you live, keep learning how to live.

Featured image: A Walk In The Woods, Chris Wiese

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