Today a big cedar tree came down. It held the south shield powerfully for an entire family. With its absence sorrow filled the air, unresolved with ancestral grief. What did it hold for this family? Was it protection, was it privacy, was it shade, was it dominance, was it hierarchy, was it darkness, was it avoidance? The sun shines brightly now reaching the family. What will come of these changes? How much can the absence of a tree allow for the potential to grow? All of this will be revealed.
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Derek Jean has a long standing history of facilitating wilderness connection for a wide range of ages and demographics. As a Lead Sea Kayak guide and Sailing Instructor in Coastal British Columbia, Derek has provided many opportunities for people to gain leadership strengths in a variety of practical ways. His guiding role at Wilderness Connection is to cultivate awareness of the inner space that we all share in Nature. View all posts by Derek Jean