My name is Inez Jasper. I love golf, traveling and outdoor activities. When I was in naturopathic school, I went hiking to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Our group hiked down and camped at the foot of the Colorado River as it etched its way through the canyon. I remember sitting back each afternoon and just looking in awe at this wonder of nature. The opposite side of the canyon was layered like a cake with different levels of stratification that represented millions of years of geological time. The setting sun enhanced the browns, reds, and yellows and reflected the hues across the canyon. Except for the occasional activity of members of our group, the canyon was quiet. The only movement was the mellifluous flow of the river as it ebbed by our campsite. I remember just sitting there for hours absorbing the vastness of this natural phenomenon. As the evening progressed, the twinkling of the stars above began to illuminate the night sky. There were vast silence and immense stillness. It was invigorating to tap into this incredible healing power of nature.