One-minute break in close contact with nature.
There has never been so much talk of environmental impact, ecological footprint and climate crisis as these days. There are good reasons for this, which science has been presenting for decades. For reasons of individual and collective comfort, we were led to systematically look the other way. And we are all involved in this process.
Faced with obvious facts, how can we respond to this eminent disruption? Doing what we can to minimize its impact, for the sake of all of us. And welcome the transformation with full awareness.
In order to do this, there is nothing better than to take advantage of all the available moments, be they leisure, in our daily journeys, at each lunch break, at the end of the day, to (re)cultivate a moment of intimacy with nature that surrounds us, taking the opportunity to let the natural world in as much as possible. Every city has a garden, a boulevard with trees, a park… If we live near the countryside, these opportunities are more at hand.
One minute of communion is enough. One minute of immersion.
Here’s the invitation: stop for 5 minutes in the nearest garden, in the first place where there is a tree. Put down or hang up the phone and watch and listen to the life that pulses around you.