As we all try to collectively figure out our new societal normal (even if it’s temporary), we’re also all on our homefronts, trying our best to figure out our own new normal as well. For some of you, you may be working from home for the first time. You might also be homeschooling for the first time.

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Wherever we live, whether we’re holed up inside voluntarily or involuntarily, even just a few minutes soaking up some natural beauty outside will do wonders for our souls. Nature is where I experience God’s love and care a lot more clearly. Honestly, getting out in nature has never not come through for me, providing hope and a fresh perspective during even the darkest and most uncertain of days. It doesn’t diminish the real problems and emergencies surrounding us. It doesn’t make all these crazy tragedies go away. But it can help improve our mental and physical health, lower anxiety, and shift something inside us towards that which is good, beautiful, and true.

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