To live poetry is better than to write it

Continuing the theme of walking, today we visit where Jill Teague writes about Walking and Writing in Nature.

The rise in popularity of green therapy and eco therapy only serves to reinforce what we humans who love to be outside knew all along – that time spent in nature has a potentially healing affect. In an interesting programme about vitality, one psychiatrist claimed that 90% of people with moderate depression would benefit from spending time in nature. And I believe it’s probably true – if you can get over the metaphorical as well as literal threshold.

Read the full post here

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