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In this time of chaos, nature’s healing power has never been so important

Kathy Donaghy


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Looking out at the expanse of the ocean has the effect of making you feel small, not in a belittling way, but in a way that puts in perspective the magnitude of the world and your place in it

Looking out at the expanse of the ocean has the effect of making you feel small, not in a belittling way, but in a way that puts in perspective the magnitude of the world and your place in it

Kinnagoe Bay, Co Donegal

Kinnagoe Bay, Co Donegal

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Looking out at the expanse of the ocean has the effect of making you feel small, not in a belittling way, but in a way that puts in perspective the magnitude of the world and your place in it

At a time when the ugliness of the world feels omnipresent, finding beauty is not so much a luxury as a necessary antidote to modern life.

When never-ending domestic tasks tether us to mundanity, always-on communications frazzle our brains and the depressingly grim nature of world events brings us down, the beauty of the natural world can shock us into wonder at life again.


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