Soul Musings/Day 2: Natural Wild Wealth
Have you ever gone on your “usual” walk and been astounded by the natural world’s unerring delivery of a show stopper? In this case wild bright green parrots at a city park in Austin, Texas.
Going about our everyday lives we often let these moments go unnoticed. Or focus so completely on creating “wealth” in a monetary sense that we simply forget that it is all around us.
We forget that there is magic, wonder and the very substances that keep us alive, that nourish our bodies…and our souls.
What would we be without the wild sound and substance of rivers cavorting over rocks, the smell of rich soil which harbors our food, the shelter of trees that brings us our oxygen, the leap of a salmon learning to fly up rapids and falls so that another generation will be born.
Wild is what we have forgotten we are in all of our human endeavors to create certainty and security. The very nature of all life is wild unfolding…..innate wealth.
Inspiring New Possibilities, Living From the Soul of Life While Co-creating Well Being of Body, Being, Heart and Planet….One Breath At A Time
Soul Musings is a 31-day practice for the month of December immersed in deep listening to what is emerging and unfolding day by day. Eight sentences with occasional resources to explore more deeply.
Each post, invited by Soul, allows the words to emerge unscathed from prior planning, editing, or censorship. Dwelling in uncertainty and dipping a toe into mystery this union of words is an attempt to resonate within an innate way of Being…. returning “home”.
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