It is known that walking is a good way to reduce stress and to get depression out of the way.
French verb ‘resource’ = to refresh + replenish oneself, to re-source ourselves.
> feeling empty, a little down-in-the-mouth, => a nice long walk out amid the flora + fauna of Nature= kind of re-sourcing we need < connect to own source of life, true source
‘peripatetics‘ walked + thought, working out philosophical reasoning
Druids = philosophers of their tribes
==> walk on your own two feet from time to time = you won’t regret it!
In French the word ‘resource’, used as a verb, means to refresh and replenish oneself, to re-source ourselves.
When we’re feeling empty, a little down-in-the-mouth, a nice long walk out amid the flora and fauna of Nature can do just the kind of re-sourcing we need, as we connect to our own source of life, the true source, and no foot rub or spa or pots of facial creams will do exactly that.
But there’s more too. The ancient Greek philosophers had a ‘school’ of philosophy that called themselves the ‘peripatetics‘ since they walked and thought, working out their philosophical reasoning as they ambled around. A bunch of ponderous old guys in white robes…. sounds pretty druidic doesn’t it? Druids were the philosophers of their tribes. They were the judges and lawmakers – and to do that you have to be a careful…
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