Wild Comfort: The Solace of Nature

Wild Comfort: The Solace of Nature

Life’s hard. We all know it. Few people live the fairy tale lives of the rich and famous where they never have to decide between paying the electric or the gas bill. When Kathleen Moore found herself lost in her own life, trying to figure out the untimely death of several loved ones, she decided to back to where it all began.

She started going back to nature and visiting some of the most spiritual and pristine forest, grottos and islands to gain ground in her life. The goal wasn’t only to travel, but also see and experience all that wonder the world had to offer from tracking otters to wading with migrating salmon.

Through nature, she was able to make sense of the world and her own life. The book chronicles her journey, what she found and how it impacted her. We can’t all go and see the world, but we can learn to appreciate the world we do have access to.

Moore visited national parks and tropical island, but we can find answers in the forest down the road or among the caves of the local state park. Nature is all around us and nothing is stopping you from taking a break and seeing the world for what it truly is. You’ll be surprised how tranquil life can become if you just take the time to see and experience nature.

The chaos of life doesn’t seem so bad if you can experience it at its most basic.