Charlene Costanzo, author of the upcoming The Twelve Gifts From The Garden, has a few wise words on the way we should see the world.
“My destination is no longer a place, rather a new way of seeing.” ~ Marcel Proust
I must admit that I still would like to see places in the world that would be new to me and to return to some that hold special meaning.
But by far, I wish to establish a new way of seeing. In fact, I wish it for all of us. But actually it’s re-establishing an old way of seeing.
It’s the way we saw as children, with wonder, reverence, and awe.
Can you recall the freedom and fullness of spirit you felt then? Would you like to renew that? Time spent in nature can help us do that.