Mankind was born into the natural world an innocent, free of all distractions and divisions. It is only by our own design that we have become isolated behind layers of leather and denim and cotton, behind layers of concrete and steel and glass. We have chosen to isolate ourselves behind smaller and smaller, more intimate and yet less personal screens, obsessing over information that is clamoring and yet, not Vital. Is it any wonder, that our world is becoming a place of isolation and tension, filled with noise and disturbing images? We have forgotten. And yet, Nature has not forgotten us. We are still, and will always be, welcome into these Cathedrals of Silence. We can find our breath in the breezes. Our pulse in the surf. Our vitality in the grass beneath our bare feet. All we have to do is stop. And listen. This is what we were born to be. Even if we have forgotten the natural world, it has not forgotten us. If we take the briefest of considered moments to be completely present in the natural world, we may rediscover the precious thing that we have lost. Ourselves.