I believe that many of us search for answers to the deep questions of life. The quest to understand. Why are we here? What is our purpose? These questions often lead us in many directions. Trying to discover that sometimes elusive knowledge and awareness. To find a deeper meaning and connection. It is a lifetime journey. And for me this journey has brought me into the landscape of my soul.
The landscape of my soul is rich and vibrant and wondrous. It is familiar yet mysterious. It is has no beginning and it has no end. It is vast and wide and deep.
My travels and exploration of the natural world are at the heart of what gives meaning to my soul. It is here in nature where I find my purpose and I understand better why I am here. This realization isn’t surprising. It feels like a truth I’ve known forever. But I had to uncover and rediscover it. It is all there for me I only need to reach for it.
I recognize these landscapes. It has been a journey into the wildness of my soul.
Like the trees I am learning I can stand tall even in adversity. My roots deep in the soil finding the nourishment I need from the earth.
Like the mountains I scale with determination, strength, and endurance. Because at the top, the view is magnificent and I can see everything more clearly.
Like the wind whispering truths and the rains that wash my spirit clean
Like the rivers that flow with ease and grace reminding me to move through life in the same way.
Like the sky vast and infinite with its storms and rainbows, its dark clouds and bright sunshine, giving me hope that this too shall pass.
Like the ocean full of beauty, mystery and healing. Its ancient wisdom always teaching me what I need to remember.
All these landscape. All these places within me and around me. I see and embrace them all.
Places of inspiration, places of joy, places of peace, places of light, places of wonder, places of harmony and places of gratitude.
This is a journey that never ends. This journey into the landscape of my soul.
For now, it is time to wander in a new direction. I will be back here again someday. I thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for your support and encouragement and for joining me as I wandered…