Being In Contact With Nature

We are losing our connection with nature.

When was the last time you were outside, just to enjoy the environment?

I watched a recent JRE podcast episode with guest Duncan Trussell. Joe and Duncan went on their usual pot filled rants (which I like). One was about our connection with nature and how we’re losing it.

Here’s Joe at around 2hr39min10sec:

I think we’ve done a weird thing with houses and clothes and cars. We’ve done a weird thing where we’re not touching the world anymore. -JR

I happen to agree with him. Eariler this summer I went on a fun hike with my buddy.

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Also today I went to a beach that’s not far from my city.

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Go outside. Connect with nature.

(Unless it’s too hot out)


(I’m doing Lucky’s 7 Day Challenge. Try to write a post everyday for 7 days. Any of you bloggers out there are more than welcome to join us!)

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5 thoughts on “Being In Contact With Nature”

  1. You are right. I go to the nearby park every second day or so, sit by the lake and watch the little ripples on the water and the ducks walking around, and listen to the sound of the trees and watch the people who pass by. Sometimes I lie down on the grass if it is not full of duck turd. It is a beauty. Makes me feel calm and centered. Sometimes it is just a patch over a bad mood, but other days I really enjoy it.

    I find it distracting that you put your own Tweets into your article. It does not really add any value in my eyes.

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    1. “…and watch the little ripples on the water and the ducks walking around, and listen to the sound of the trees and watch the people who pass by. ”

      That park sounds nice.

      There’s something calming about laying on the grass, agreed.

      Your input on the tweets is noted.

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