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Winter Garden

Winter Garden

Dec 23, 2017-- When the seasons turn, snowfall whispers to you to stay warm and cozy - to go a little more inward. The cycle of seasons impact our own inner lives. So how does this cooler season express the balance between our own sense of stillness and busy-ness? How much of our lives do we spend filling our days with activity without purpose? Or ruminating on our own inner voices that tell us we aren't 'busy' or 'productive' enough? How do we find that natural harmony to know when to rest and be still... just like the life of greenery that is blanketed under the white snow. The natural balance of life and rest? Alanda Greene contemplates this sense of stillness and rejuvenation from her Canadian home. (5913 reads)


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Take ActionWhen you feel overwhelmed, confused, or a little stressed... look outside. Find a tree to contemplate. Let it be the reminder to be still.



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