“I called to the other men that the sky was clearing, and then a moment later I realized that what I had seen was not a rift in the clouds but the white crest of an enormous wave.”–Ernest Shackleton
When you venture out one never knows what you’re going to experience or see. If you’re sitting on the sideline maybe its time to get in the game of adventure. Not suggesting that you become an explorer like Shackleton.
What I am suggesting is you find a new you outdoors. Open up the world around you. Outdoors can be incredibly cathartic to the soul. When your mind is at peace life opens up in ways one never dreamt of.
So I imagine at this moment all the self-doubt is overwhelming you. “I don’t have time” “I don’t’s” abound your mind. Let go of that. You can find a way! Many places of beauty can be located right around the corner from where you live.
Resources for finding outdoor getaways:
- National Park Website.
- Your local State Park, Department of wildlife websites.
- Your states Game Warden office, Game Wardens know all the cool places to go.
- Recreation.gov is a fantastic resource.
With a little effort, you can find an outdoor venue to go find peace. Connecting with nature is a fantastic way for cleansing the soul. Beautiful places to meditate or practice Yoga.
The best benefit of all is connecting family. Throwing cell phones, digital devices in the glove box of the car. Head out to just have fun. Parents connecting with children and vice-versa. Children will tell stories to their children, camping is generational.
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