Outside Magazine - We've Reached Peak Wellness. Most of It Is Nonsense.
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The roots of a redwood tree only run six to twelve feet deep. Instead of growing downward, they grow out, extending hundreds of feet laterally and wrapping themselves around the roots of other trees. When rough weather comes, it’s the network of closely intertwined roots that allows the trees to stand strong. We are the same.
It’s well past time to get real about our health, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social.