Breaking into Nature.
By Protima Tiwary
I thought I was a city person. I liked having people around me, I liked seeing busy streets buzzing with people all day long, lonely walkways made me feel uneasy
Me-time had been an alien concept to me up until late 2018 , and I made myself accessible and available more out of fear than convenience.
The 2019 trip really changed me. I was spending days all by myself, going on safaris,observing nature, reading myself to sleep every night in peace.
I came back from this trip a different person, rejuvenated and raring to go. I slowly started planning my weekends for nature breaks.
Disconnect to connect took on a whole new meaning, and I’m glad to say that I’ve been following all of it till date.
We’re so busy with our lives, running around ticking things off our to-do lists, being bombarded with information on the internet, comparing ourselves to others on social media
trying our best to stay relevant, that we have forgotten what it’s like to appreciate the sights and sounds of nature, the freshness of the air,
the fluffiness of the clouds, the feel of the grass beneath our feet, to feel calm and protected and know that everything will be alright.
Observe the rain, watch your plants grow, watch those birds fly, take a walk around the neighborhood. Trust me when I say it's magical.
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