Exchanging breaths (and spirit) with this 500 years old Tree of Peace (Te Rakau a Rongo) 🌳 There is nothing as grounding, transcending and healing as spending time out in nature and reconnecting with this Earth we all live in. 🌏 We recently also learnt that for big trees, you can get healing from them … Continue reading Have you booked your Nature Date?
As I walked back from morning mass this morning, I thought to myself, "What a beautiful day!" It was cold but the sun's magnificent rays did a wonderful job of warming me up. As I returned to my room, I felt a compelling urge to escape from the house. To escape outside, back to nature. A … Continue reading A Natural Escapade, The Butcher’s Son Review and Possibly Finding a Part-Time Job!
From nature you came To nature you go Stay in touch Never let go Let her touch you Let her heal you Let her guide you Never let go Always around you In and outside you She surrounds you Watching over you Waiting to support you Waiting to embrace you Waiting to love you Waiting for … Continue reading Poem: Return to Nature
"To let the moment teach us, we must allow ourselves to be at least slightly stunned by it until it draws us inward and upward, toward a subtle experience of wonder. We normally need a single moment of gratuitous awe to get us started. The spiritual journey is a constant interplay between moments of awe followed by surrender to that moment. … Continue reading Let the WONDER Consume You
Meet Lady! The latest addition to the family and home! 🏡 In Singapore we call this “my mother-in-law’s long tongue” 👅😛 Mum: “You know why long?” Me: “No, why?” Mum: “Because Mother-in-laws like to ‘chap-chui’ (dialect for always interrupting and telling their daughter-in-laws what to do)” 😂 I was saying a prayer for the plant … Continue reading Indoor Plants for Air Purification and Evidence that Plants have Consciousness!
"We lose ourselves in the things we love. We find ourselves there too..." - http://www.trail-running.eu 6PM - Desert trail Run Distance: 5 Miles Time: 55mins Notes: Took about 20mins for my legs to warm up sufficiently but after that, I felt like I was flying! Best trail run so far. Ankle feels so much better … Continue reading W10D3 – Chasing Bunnies and Coyotes