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In 2010 I was struck by a hit and run driver in the Suburb of Voorhees NJ on rt 73, 6 days after Valentines Day. The incident left me with 4 years of amnesia.
During my amnesia I realized how in tune to nature I really am. And how in tune nature is to me. It may sound unusual and sort of super (natural), but some how when I was under weight, so were the animals and the trees around me.
For instance, I noticed how skinny looking squirrels would come around me when I was under weight from the stress and pressure. And as soon as I regained weight, healthier looking squirrels came around all of the time. It took about 5 times for me to loose and regain weight in order for me to recognize it. And over time I became use to the pattern.
The 2nd example is how this one tree grew about 6 inches within a 3 week period right in front of me. The miraculous thing about the tree is that, it was about the same exact size for over 20 years. It sits right on the side of the house I grew up in.
As soon as I ended up back in the house that I grew up in as a kid because of my hit and run accident, the first week I was there an earthquake happened in 2010. I’ve never experienced an earthquake until then.
I’ve always been nature friendly but after those events I just became extra nature friendly. And I know that I’m always going to be this way because of what I know. The earth is smarter than you think. There are other things that I’ve experienced with nature but I figured I’d just skim the surface for you just a little so that you can understand how important nature is to me.