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I think that when we are experiencing feeelings of awe we become one with whatever is causing those feelings. I believe that awe is inspired by nature.


Lovely Jane. It’s funny how that feeling of awe influences our perception of time.

Jane Redfern Jones

Thanks for your comment, Diane. I believe it is inspired by nature too, and that it's why we can feel so energised by walking in nature or climbing a mountain.

Jane Redfern Jones

Thanks, Dean. Time is a fascinating subject. Have you seen this video by Jesse Elder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR5aYgcch8Q?

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