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Nature is the most candid and consistent, invaluable teacher – photo taken by Sorinne Ardeleanu
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TRUTH

by Sorinne
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Globalization 4.0: Valuing our Shared Humanity and Our Common Home Part IV

by Catherine Cunningham, PhD
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Why I Sometimes Speak To Trees

by Sam Seckler
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“In the Midst” Of Nature’s Love: Healing Images of Gorillas In Paula Froelich’s Travel Adventures To Rwanda!

by Lauren K. Clark
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What We Can Learn About Suffering from Trees As Autumn Ushers In

by Nicole Barton
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Another Wake-Up Call for Texas: Tropical Storm Imelda

by Josia Nakash
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MATRIX MIND

by Emanate Presence
A Beautiful Morning by Ashley Ellington Brown
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The One (Easy) Thing You Can Do Each Morning to Be Happier

by Ashley Ellington Brown
Nature_lover
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The Minimalist Nature Lover

by Purbita Mitra
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How Incorporating Nature Into My Day Helps Me Avoid Burnout

by Sara McMaster
Alex Holt / Unsplash
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A Walk in the Park

by Don Hermann
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In Your Free Time, Do You Turn Your Brain On, Or Off?

by Paul Trammell

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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- MARCUS AURELIUS

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