The Solitude of Nature

“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar:
I love not man the less, but Nature more”
George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron)

This Sunday, Nature’s Sanctuary Sunday Service focuses on The SolitudeofNatureSolitude of Nature.

Often solitude is associated with loneliness but solitude can also be the peace that comes from finding some quiet, alone time.

As we move into the hectic and sometimes stressful holiday season, the solitude of nature will refresh, inspire and support you. Come to Sunday Service this week to help set your space for a gentle, flowing, loving holiday season.

Sunday, December 7th at 9AM ET

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The Solitude of Nature
Article Name
The Solitude of Nature
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December 7, 2014 - Nature's Sanctuary Sunday Service focuses on turning to The Solitude of Nature for support during the hecticness of the holidays.
Author
Christine Agro
Founder of The Church of Nature and High PriestessThe Church of Nature
Rev. Christine Agro is the founder and High Priestess of The Church of Nature. She is passionate about helping people connect with their own source of Self through the beautiful, loving and powerful reflection of Nature. Christine leads Nature's Sanctuary Sunday Service every Sunday. You can join the Service at www.natureschannel.fm. She also hosts Nature Speaks and The Songs of Plants and Trees at Nature's Channel as well.