One definition of resilience is: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. This past year, many of us have faced adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress—such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors. Let this three-minute video be a meditation on resilience, taught by the rivers of the world.


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  • Brenda DeVoe

    The video itself is an inspiration. I can see God's beauty, authencity and uniqueness in the calm but refreshing rushing waters. It allowed me to breathe after a year of suffocation.

  • Dave Nichols

    The rivers of the world always flow and are ever changing. We too are ever changing. Resilience is our ability to continue flowing -- even as we change.

  • Alnie

    No matter the obstacles, it continues to flow, sing, and soothed its onlookers.

  • Patty

    The water, the river, is relentless.

  • Josie Gulliksen

    I spend plenty of time in nature. The water, the trees, the birds chirping, the light, the breeze it’s all so calming and soothing. It refreshes the mind and soul.

  • Maria Romero

    the capacity to recharge ourselves is everywhere if we take the time to embrace it. The video invited me to return to taking my daily walks, sitting quietly in the sunshine, listening to the birds chirping and letting go of today's news and happenings.

  • Ruby Grad

    Everything . . . the beauty of the rivers and surrounding nature . . . the message that we need to rest, return to nature, relax, recharge.

  • Julie

    I love the lesson about being, becoming resilient. Creation IS our teacher in so many ways and this video expresses that. Thank you.

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Water is my go to place for recharging as it always reminds me of ebb/flow, letting go, meandering and strength. Thank you

  • christie

    the clarity of the water, after all its travels.

  • Patrick Watters

    To flow like the river is to walk in beauty and harmony. Mitákuye oyàsin, hozho naasha doo, beannacht. }:- a.m.

  • Barbara

    Nature gives and teaches us so much: moving rivers that reach so many places yet change is constant. Sometimes banks erode so the shape changes but it is still the river, still flowing, still giving. A reminder of what we are capable of being - caring, sharing beings. Beautiful scenery and sounds.

  • Brian

    Peace Team. Thanks for sharing...let's be encouraged in peace. Strong together...1Heart. 1Peace

  • Cindy

    how true it is!

  • Renata Veloso

    The music, the images and the truth of the words and how they resonated with my own experience. Thank you. It spoke to my Soul.

  • Susan

    I know that rivers recover from flooding, eroding, storms. This was a simple, short message of peace and remembering to give care to oneself. Recharge our batteries, so to speak.

  • kaushalya

    I was so refreshed from seeing the rushing water, and nature, and the reminder that you have the right to your own experience.Whatever gives you joy is what counts, there is no score to keep.

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  • Read more examples and stories of resilience at Healing Forest.
  • Learn more about the Solace of Wild Places - in nature and in ourselves.
  • Take some time to rest and recharge today. Sit with a cup of tea. Take a nature walk.

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