The Great Teacher
Updated: Jan 10, 2020
If you’re trying to make greater sense of the world and your place in it, then you only need to look to one of life’s greatest teachers – nature.
You don’t need to go to school for this stuff, but you do need to be able to really tune in.
To identify the patterns, and the multitude of relationships and interactions that occur on various levels within the natural world.
It’s like a perfect sympathy playing out right in front of you and all you have to do is listen.
Not everything about nature can be easily explained, like why it exists in the first place – but what you can begin to extract is how everything functions, the order of things, the laws that govern it’s very existence. You can observe:
Action and consequence,
Death and regeneration,
Effort and reward,
Food and sustenance,
Growth and decay,
Harmony and balance,