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This I Believe Rhode Island: Unexpected Gift

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It seems almost trite to say that nature is a remarkable teacher. But that’s okay. Indeed, nature is a remarkable teacher. All of us can point to...

It seems almost trite to say that nature is a remarkable teacher.  But that’s okay.  Indeed, nature is a remarkable teacher. All of us can point to lessons nature has taught us about appreciating life’s wonders, managing uncertainty and unpredictability, coping with adversity and accepting that we have so little control over some aspects of our lives. The English poet William Wordsworth wrote in his poem The Tables Turned, “Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher.”  And we hear similar sentiments from Lisa Jacobson.


 

Lisa Jacobson is an artist, gardener, mother and teacher at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Massachusetts.  She lives with her family in Providence.

This I Believe Rhode Island: Unexpected Gift
This I Believe Rhode Island: Unexpected Gift