Intense Tree Love

Trees are fascinating beings! I came across this post from my Beauty Along the Road blog that is worth revisiting.

The Beauty Along the Road

I have lived in many different countries and physical environments; however, I don’t think I could live without trees for long. I remember a cross-country ride from California to DC, crossing the seemingly endless Kansas flatlands with hardly any tree in sight; then approaching the first tree-covered hillsides in Missouri. Seeing those trees felt like a homecoming.
I grew up in the foothills of the Black Forest in Southern Germany. There were trees everywhere, they are part of me. I believe in what I call the “landscape of the soul.” It is that place we feel most at home in. The landscape of my soul always contains trees; whether they are pines, mangroves or mango trees does not matter.

Ich habe in vielen verschiedenen Ländern und Umgebungen gelebt; jedoch denke ich nicht, dass ich ohne Bäume lange leben konnte. Ich erinnere mich an eine Crosscountry-Fahrt von Kalifornien nach Washington DC…

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4 thoughts on “Intense Tree Love

  1. I remember the forest behind Macbeths castle in Scotland, where you introduced me to “hug a tree” It is a feeling I have never forgotten, the peace and the beauty entered my soul. Thank you!

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  2. Your new site is beautiful and enticing. I would love to visit there someday. If I were needing a place for a small workshop, I would call you in a heartbeat. The site is well designed and informative with gorgeous pictures. I wish you the best in your endeavor!!!
    Peace, abundance and success!
    Mary

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