Essences of Nature: It’s a New Old You
Essences of Nature: It’s a New Old You Mary Ann Altamarino Antenucci
We have a biological imperative to flourish and grow. When we observe nature unobstructed, we might notice that plants and flowers obey an inner directive to grow. They might grow on a field with fertile soil, fresh air, good sunlight, and plentiful water. Or they might grow like yellow dandelions in the concrete cracks. Nonetheless, they grow. They strive. They thrive to the best of their ability. They do the best they can with what they have.
We should ask ourselves: What has been lying dormant in us? What have we failed or forgot to nurture? What are our obstacles and limitations? What are we looking to liberate, germinate, and sprout? What do we do to create the new?