“Keep close to nature’s heart….and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain
or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”
Our most sacred spaces were never meant to be broken
as if glass could shatter,
becoming even smaller
versions of ourselves,
the wholeness of the forest
and who it was,
that made the Earth.
Poetry and Image © Copyright 2018, ancient skies
25 thoughts on “Our Most Sacred Spaces”
This is beautiful, Nico!
Thank you Betty! I really enjoyed writing it. Peace to you and wonderful blessings.
This is incredible
Thank you Morgan for your encouraging comment! Peace and wonderful blessings to ya.
You’re quite welcome
Yes. So very right. (and beautiful photo)
Thank you so much! Peace to you Sylvia and blessings.
Thank you Margaret for your great comment! Peace and blessings to you.
Oh, so inspiring, Nico!
Thank you Erika! Your comments are a blessing. Peace my friend and have a wonderful week.
Thank you and blessings and a fantastic week for you too, Nico!
Wonderful 🙂 Love the John Muir quote with it too
Thank you M.B.! Yes, that’s one of my favorites. He was an exceptional advocate for the environment and many credit him with beginning the National Parks. Peace and wonderful blessings to ya.
Beautiful words, quote, and photo, Nico! This resonates with the love my husband and I have for the mountains and forest. Have a blessed week!
Thank you Lauren! Your comments are a blessing. Yes, nature can draw us closer to our Creator I think. Peace and wonderful blessings to you and your family.
So good and so true, Nico.
Thank you Vera! As you know I love writing this way. Peace and wonderful blessings to you.
Yes, I do, and it is a blessing to us.
Thanks again! That’s so encouraging. 😎
Oops. Poor hand-eye coordination on my part, Nicodemas. I meant to comment, “Well said.”
Thank you Anna! Your comment is a blessing. Peace and have a wonderful week.