Is corporate stealing your life? Your wife, husband, children, your spirit! If so then you must read on to save your life! I have a remedy for the corporate scourge…and I give you permission to use this remedy any time you wish.
Is Corporate stealing your life?
Yes, of course it it is.
The more we become entrenched in our fast-moving digital and technological world the more we need to invest our time in the real one.
This is especially true for adults who work in the digital world. Yes, these technologies are important and matter but we must remember that real wealth comes with healthy ecosystems. Breathing the fresh and healing air of a healthy forest. You must understand true wealth means drinkable water and healthy river systems; lakes, and thriving Oceans
Adventures into wildness nurture and heal the modern human as no other prescription can. The Healing Power of Nature.
As a child, you played every day
It is especially important for your children to experience play.
Less so should our children be entertained by technology but more so as entertainers in their own right. Storytellers and poets of great adventures. Where no boundaries exist for their imaginations.
Where a child has the freedom to run wildly howling upon the vast prairies of nature. Experience the oceans and forests primordial deep. And lay upon their backs rooted to the earth watching the clouds ever changing under a blue, blue, sky.
I’m afraid for you
I’m very afraid as we move further and further away from nature we become more and more detached; dulled and callous from true reality. In fact so detached from the reality we become incapable of doing for ourselves…we let others rule our beliefs and lives. In this corporate hell our feeling of security and comfort become our only belief and need.
“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn.”
~O. Fred Donaldson
Play in nature
Spending time in nature and away from the control of the corporate world is healing for the spirit. Can you remember when you were but a wee one? The fields of grass you played in were taller than your head. And the glistening dew on a flower petal or the splash and sparkle of a fish breaking the surface of a lake, drew you into that magical world called nature.
You have permission you know, you always have, to live life, to play, and play and play. You probably do not need me to tell you this, so what are you waiting for, go play!