Life has now become a product we consume.
The increasingly frantic rhythms of our lives in big cities have perhaps helped our well-being, but they have also removed our contact with nature.
Our world between four walls with a window to come in contact with the street or a shopping center is almost like a prison. The mind that remains prisoner of these monotonous grays, day after day, ends up falling into a state of catalepsy.
Regaining contact with nature must be a vital need.
Leaving the gray of the city to plunge your eyes into the deep blue of the ocean can only bring us back to peace with ourselves and with the world we inhabit.
We have to slow down our lives and take the time to get lost in nature. Sometimes you have to get lost to find yourself.