Newest Issue - July 2016


These lawyers turn to nature to nurture their bodies and souls

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote that “the health of the eye seems to demand a horizon.” For many lawyers, however, sight lines extend only as far as the office door, and the horizon is truncated by walls and window edges. They’re in a box, literally and figuratively, held captive by tasks, deadlines, rules, expectations and stress. But these eight lawyers have discovered that to get out of this box, one simply has to get out—to step outside and seek adventure in the great outdoors. Whether on a bike, in a boat, on foot or even on ice skates, they turn to nature to nurture their mental and physical health, finding peace and happiness along their journeys to that horizon.


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