Get Away From the City

January 31, 2019

Get Away From the City

Most of us are boring domesticated humans. We’ve been safe our whole lives and have lost track of what it feels like to be adventurous. Our connection with nature is largely gone. We stay locked in our little bubbles and rarely venture outside of it.

Part of that may be due to old survival instincts. We don’t want to step outside of the bubble because we don’t know what type of dangers are out there. So, we stay put. These instincts to survive have always been around, but our bubbles used to be close to nature. There was no such thing as big cities. So, people were still able to enjoy and connect with nature in their own unique ways.

I think the desire to connect with the nature still exists, people just don’t know they have it. If they did, it would unlock a part of themselves that is dormant. If that’s you, unlock it!




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