There is no “rush” in the natural world. There is nowhere to get to. There is a peacefulness that feels unnatural to those of us who have built our life according to the concept of getting somewhere. Getting to that promotion, getting to the gym, getting to that vacation, getting to the grocery store… moving, moving, moving and never present where we are. The ’nowness’ of the natural world forces you to be present. That is a difficult state if one is uncomfortable with themselves. That is a difficult state if one is not familiar with the feeling of their full consciousness being present with them in the moment. The absence of stress that accompanies the peacefulness of the natural wilderness is why I am here.