social worker, therapist, enfp, musician, gardener, mama, bookworm. My loves: rustic & tiny houses, living simply, chickens & cats, banjoscottage gardens, ink, poems & quotes, folk music, VWs, beards, textiles, the list goes on.
This is one of my favorite quotes that I found from Henry David Thoreau. He taught us that it is important to leave everything and go into nature, to go into the woods. When we do this, we have a chance to think and reflect on life. We get a deeper meaning to life and figure out how important life is. We get the understanding that we need to live, and we need to live large. We go into the woods to reflect, but we come out reading to live.