I sat down in the anti-gravity chair, pushing my feet outwards towards the sky. A sandwich grasped in my left hand, a cold beer cupped in the right, I studied my surroundings. Secluded, nestled on a remote beach far from civilization, I sat with impressive company of an aquamarine lake and evergreen forest while the mountains stood guard over our private dinner party. Clouds blew in above, but determined I covered myself with a blanket, undeterred by rain or wind. In environments like this I am immovable. My heart connects, my soul unites with God’s creation.
Jasper National Park, Alberta
My mind wandered to how far-removed from where I live this moment was. A city girl from birth, the “country” or “wilderness” was for camping trips or visiting odd relatives unaware civilization was still progressing, advancing. Life is fast in the city – everything always on the move, everything always turned on. …
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