We encounter inspiration in many forms. It might be as simple as a stunning view. Standing on a balcony of a mountain home or the oceanfront view–an expanse of the sea and sky, unlike that of any other place in the world. There's a reason why nature in all corners of the Earth attracts painters such as Matisse and Bonnard. Experiences in nature may be very tiny compared to time spent on screens, but they can stick for quite some time to change destiny. Accessing nature can be simple, revelatory, and visceral. It replaces the digital with analog–inspirational in slowing down the passage of time, recalibrating our senses, and deeply noticing the details in the world around us.