God Is An Octopus: Loss, Love and a Calling to Nature

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God Is An Octopus: Loss, Love and a Calling to Nature

God Is An Octopus: Loss, Love and a Calling to Nature

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I randomly went there on a whim a few years ago and ended up falling in love with its people, its culture and its incredible beauty. Considering the subject matter this is perfectly understandable however it just wasn't for me so I found those bits a very hard slog. Best-selling author Mark Manson brings his signature no-nonsense wisdom back to the subject he started his career covering: relationships.

I have learnt so much about the ‘nature-of-all-things’ and the spiritual hope that is open to all of us, and I have been utterly moved forever after reading Ben’s beautiful and eloquently written story, both deeply sad and uplifting, it is admirable that such a book now exists.

She would be in conversation with Ben Goldsmith, author of the wonderful God is an Octopus (check out my review below). First comes the “rewiggling” of a human-made drainage ditch, encouraging the curves that make for a healthy, meandering stream. The cavity-nesting bees would certainly be happier if we didn't cut down dead stalks where they could lay their eggs, and the birds would approve if we didn't scoop up the leaves and all the tasty seeds and insects hiding there. Nature doesn’t judge you – how urban nature supports young people’s mental health and wellbeing in a diverse UK city. An elemental relationship – nature-based trauma therapy: Trauma in the creative and embodied therapies.

Before reading Goldsmith’s God is an Octopus, [1] you will likely already know its subject matter: the heart-breaking death of the author’s daughter in the summer of 2019 and the year of grieving and healing that follows. A room with a green view: the importance of nearby nature for mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ben Goldsmith has been a pioneer in the field of green investment, as well as a leading light in the rewilding movement in Britain and Europe.Yet, unbelievably to him, the seasons kept on turning, and as he immersed himself in the dramatic restoration of nature in the place where it happened, he found healing. His friend and advising naturalist, Chris Couldrey joins him on the bank and offers a gentle conversation about the restoration of the farm’s newt ponds.

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