Earlier this year, I went on a solo trip to Uttarakhand for nearly 2 months. It was the first time I went on such a long trip, that too without any itinerary in mind. I simply followed my heart wherever it led me.
I've always known that I belong more in Nature than the concrete jungle where I currently reside. Each time I am enveloped in Mother Nature's arms, I feel more like myself. She listens. She speaks. She heals. She has a way of humbling me, yet making me feel empowered. Losing myself in her presence has made me learn more about myself than anything else.
So as I spent my days discovering her beauty with other humans I met along the way, I sensed each one communicating with her in their own way. She doesn't discriminate, she doesn't judge. She takes you in and when you're ready to leave, she lets you go. In the end I realised, we were all humans lost in Nature and found in Nature. We are Humans of Nature.