Recently, I went on a camping trip with a group of friends as a sort of retreat. It was a time to relax, but also to find ways to reflect on the work we had done as an organization over the past year. Now, I’m no stranger to camping, having been a Boy Scout for the better part of my childhood, but it had been a while since I have spent any significant amount of time in the woods. Immediately, my thoughts were filled with how this experience could be out of my comfort zone, and how I would rather stay in the confines of the modern world. Obviously, I didn’t hold on to these notions, as I decided to go and enjoy what ended up being a very relaxing trip.