“Going barefoot is the gentlest way of walking and can symbolise a way of living — being authentic, vulnerable, sensitive to our surroundings. It’s the feeling of enjoying warm sand beneath our toes, or carefully making our way over sharp rocks in the darkness. It’s a way of living that has the lightest impact, removing the barrier between us and nature.”    — Adele Coombs

“Going barefoot is the gentlest way of walking and can symbolise a way of living — being authentic, vulnerable, sensitive to our surroundings. It’s the feeling of enjoying warm sand beneath our toes, or carefully making our way over sharp rocks in the darkness. It’s a way of living that has the lightest impact, removing the barrier between us and nature.” — Adele Coombs

Go barefoot. Printable wall art decor, Print nursery, Baby Room Decor, Elegant…

Go barefoot. Printable wall art decor, Print nursery, Baby Room Decor, Elegant printable, by OhMammaMia

Go barefoot. Printable wall art decor, Print nursery, Baby Room Decor, Elegant…

"No one else, Love, will sleep in my dreams. You will go, we will go together, over the waters of time. No one else will travel through the shadows with me, only you, evergreen, ever sun, ever moon." Pablo Neruda, photo siegrid cain

"No one else, Love, will sleep in my dreams. You will go, we will go together, over the waters of time. No one else will travel through the shadows with me, only you, evergreen, ever sun, ever moon." Pablo Neruda, photo siegrid cain

Going barefoot in public usually is not against any laws. Description from barefootislegal.org.

Going barefoot in public usually is not against any laws. Description from barefootislegal.org.

Why kids should go barefoot more (and probably adults, too) - The Washington Post

Why kids should go barefoot more (and probably adults, too)

Why kids should go barefoot more (and probably adults, too) - The Washington Post

It’s Spring now – why not think about going barefoot! | Jan White Natural Play

It’s Spring now – why not think about going barefoot!

It’s Spring now – why not think about going barefoot! | Jan White Natural Play

Pinterest
Search