Walking Contemplations: Reflections on Rambling and Ambling
Publisher: Trigger Publishing
In our quest to find a place for quiet reflection, this simple but beautifully curated book on the wonders of the natural world provides a place for rest, contemplation and reflection. This book features a selection of quotes, extracts and poetry on the folklore, wisdom and customs of walking.
‘All paths lead nowhere, so it is important to choose a path that has heart.’ – Carlos Castaneda. This beautifully packaged book offers the reader a rare opportunity to slow down and receive the natural restorative power of nature through a selection of beautiful, evocative quotes transporting the reader to a space of contemplative reflection inspired by the mindful art of walking. ‘Once trodden by human feet, a natural path becomes a work of man, each traveller marking the way for the next, sometimes departing from the most direct or obvious route to avoid a muddy patch, or to keep out of sight of possible enemies. Feet follow foosteps and so a road is trodden in history.’ – The Oldest Road, An Exploration of the Ridgeway, JRL Anderson and Fay Godwin
|Dimensions||120 × 160 mm|