Wisdom From a Humble Jellyfish: And OtheRani Shah
Take, for example, the jellyfish, one of the most energy-efficient animals in the world, moving through the ocean by contracting and relaxing, with frequent breaks in between.
Or the avocado tree, which can credit its existence to a mutually beneficial relationship with the pre-historic sloth, followed by some hungry, hungry humans and the advent of agriculture.
And then there is the oyster, producing a pearl as the result of an immune response when a grain of sand invades her system. What better example exists of how adversity can produce something beautiful
We need look no farther than nature-from the habits of the porcupine to the sunflower to the wombat to the dragonfly-for small and simple things we can do to slow down, recharge, and living more thoughtfully, lovingly, and harmoniously.
Author: Shah, Rani
Publication date: 20/04/2020
Dimension: 210mm X 140mm