You can’t make anything in the forest stand still. It is in constant flux, whether that’s in seasons, wildfires, or in the territory marking of a killer bear.
Nature is fickle. It calls for preparedness and a broad scope.
“You can’t see the forest for the trees.”
One must not only have a plan in trekking the forest also but remain on guard. As the saying goes, “You can’t see the forest for the trees.”
Proximity can be blinding. Looking at the individual trees clouds the big picture just as the donut hole takes your eyes off the whole donut.
Linearity isn’t as important as a deliberate wandering, with eyes open to the vastness of seeing.
Let the forest speak.