By | October 15, 2019

Effecting A Connection by Monica Reekie

Everyone wants to feel connected. We all need to feel a bond with family, friends and community. This connection extends to the world at large… to animals, wild places, cities, architecture, history, culture, heritage, food and more. It’s part of human nature.

A healthy connection to the world around us can decrease stress and promote and maintain physical, mental and emotional well-being. Being engaged and connected leads to increased enthusiasm, creativity and energy. Sharing that enthusiasm increases other people’s connectedness.

Every person’s role in life impacts someone or something else, moving outward like ripples in a pond after a pebble is dropped in. Be open to the connections, let them touch and move you.