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6 Ways More Nature in Our Lives Can Reduce Violence in Our World

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November 14, 2016

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6 Ways More Nature in Our Lives Can Reduce Violence in Our World

By assaulting nature, we raise the odds that we will assault each other. By bringing nature into our lives, we invite humility.

- Richard Louv -

6 Ways More Nature in Our Lives Can Reduce Violence in Our World

In some settings the natural world has the power to heal human hearts and prevent violence. That statement isn't based on modern Romanticism, but on a growing body of mainly correlative scientific evidence, with a tight focus on the impact of nearby nature. Read on to discover six reasons why meaningful relationships with nature may -- in concert with other approaches -- bolster mental health and civility, and reduce human violence in our world. { read more }

Be The Change

Tune into your natural surroundings, whatever they may be. Take in a conscious breath of air, look up to the sun or taste the rain on your tongue, look down to the grass struggling to survive under your feet, and give thanks for all the freshness nature brings to our bodies and our perspectives.


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