It gives me a headache to be indoors for too long.
Be it home, school, office or just plain waiting room or lobbies.
I could call it partial claustrophobia but that's a lie.
Only lifts/elevators bother me.
So here's a nature appreciation post of a place I read a book that changed my life.
Look, nature could be your clarity.
Especially if you have strange thoughts perturbing you, you can just go and vent it out.
Sit back, relax and breathe.
Sit back, view the beauty and realise what an artist nature is.
Sit back and affirm yourself some good luck and happiness.
I like to think that God himself/herself/itself is nature.
Yet we have ought to be fittest for survival.
Maybe in that way God (Nature) really does push you to be your fittest.
Physically, mentally and emotionally.
Learning survival techniques and following your intuition; Are some of lessons that silent yet screeching nature taught me.
One can never be alone if one loves nature.
Always remember that.
Just like me, the writer and you the reader, all of us are it.
If you live with that principle, you'll live in empathy and gratitude.
Thankyou for patiently reading this post.
I hope you leave your device often and just be in nature.
Get that clutter out,
thrive. :) 🌳