Dear Mother Nature,
I imagine your canyons to be the intestines of the world, taking in and digesting all we feed you- the junk foods, the health foods, the superfoods. We give you madness, terror, anger, fear, doubt. It’s no wonder why you regurgitate in hurricanes and tornadoes sometimes. But we also give you happiness, hope, love, and so much more. In return, we receive sunny blue skies, shooting stars, and gentle, cleansing rains.
You also nurture us with love. For us, you eliminate what you can of the bad and give the rest of your body, and us, your children, the good. The healing. We don’t always return the love, but you still keep giving.
Mother Nature, you continue to astound me.
In these canyons, you swallow me whole. I feel so small, yet so connected with the rest of life. I may be tiny, but I am vital.
Most of all, you swallow me in your love. All of my parts-the beautiful parts and the parts I deemed as mistakes. You accept all of it. I am learning to accept all of me too.
Last, I wanted to let you know that I love you too.
Yours Forever & Always,