Philosophy and the Great Outdoors

Taking charge of your inner dialogue by embracing the elements

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The moment my legs begin to move my thoughts begin to flow. — Henry Thoreau

I’ve thought about writing an article on the great outdoors for some time. I can’t even fathom where I’d be mentally and physically if it weren’t for my affinity for nature and braving the elements in…

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Enda Harte

Enda Harte

I’m a music manager who writes. A lover of wisdom. Born in Ireland, established worldwide. Support me: https://endaharte.medium.com/membership

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