“The world is the true classroom. The most rewarding and important type of learning is through experience, seeing something with our own eyes.” – Jack Hanna
Many of us must see something to believe it. In a Photoshop world we’ve even begun to question validity of photographs that we see in the media. Sometimes the only way to believe that something is real is to see it with our own eyes. Questioning the reality of something seen by someone else is how we learn and grow. Our brains are wired to respond to things that are visual which in turn induce emotion. Therefore, we can believe that it’s real because we see it in its true form.
Some people will travel to the ends of the world to see a natural phenomenon such as the rainbow eucalyptus trees in Hawaii, Lake Hillier in Australia or the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone. Seeing these beautiful forms of nature in real life can restore our vision on a much larger scale.
Renew your spirit today by seeing for yourself what the beauty of the world has to offer.
Explore the possibilities…