“Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from.” – Terry Tempest Williams

grassy field

Season upon season, nature does what she does. When we break our usual routine and venture out, we respond to a primitive urge to discover the image of ourselves in the mirror of life. Like Alice’s Looking Glass, looking deep into the surrounding view, we see our oneness. We watch in wonder as wind tousles the grasses like the hair of a playful child and lights up the hillside with sunshine to remind us of life’s abounding energy.

This is what we yearn for—to feel alive again!

In The Call of Sedona, author Ilchi Lee comments, “We all have a divine nature, and we have a thirst to become one with that divinity. That divinity lets us find meaning in life even at the pinnacle of happiness, lets us weep for the pain and sorrow of others, and lets us dream of a more beautiful world.”

Venture out and rediscover the beautiful world that waits: Wildness→ Aliveness →Oneness.

By Lynn A. Trombetta