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Secondary IV • 1mo.

I saw this in an article for my health class:

Of her experience, she said, “I learned the depth of my strength and how much I could accomplish. My courage surprised me…Being surrounded by nature reminded me to keep the Big Picture in mind not only during my wilderness experience, but also when I returned home. Life is in front of me and I have lots of options.”

I don't understand how being surrounded by nature can help you see the bigger picture in mind. Can someone help or explain please.

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    Team Alloprof • 1mo.

    Hello CalmSwan8973, 

    That is a good question.

    People may interpret it differently. Though, I see it as the wild being big, and making everything else (even what we think is super important/powerful/stressful/big) little and not as important. Also, some people may find comfort and peace in the wild. Therefore, it may keep them down-to-earth, and help them focus on what matters and the final objective. 

    Hope it helps! 

    Let us know if you have other questions! 

    Emilie