Photo by myself outside Prospect Park, in Park Slope.
This weekend we saw spring-like weather, which included fog.
There were many people walking about, with children and dogs, just taking in the air. A colorful blanket of leaves carpeted the grounds of this large park in Brooklyn.
In times like these, there's nothing so restorative to the mind and body as Nature.
We internalize the stress of the world, which we receive on the airwaves, on the streets, at our desks and in our dreams. I'm often surprised to find myself exhausted from a typical day's work. And it's not as if I'm working any harder than before.
At least I live in a culture that values open space, and provides it free of charge every so often. There are parks in Manhattan and throughout Brooklyn, where you can walk, picnic, bring your dog, bike and play.
It's a nurturing experience. Try it.
There's nothing so soothing to the eye as the natural beauty in the world.
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