One of the things I appreciate about going to Uluru is the complete rest for my brain. There is almost nothing to read in the landscape – only an occasional signpost to direct you to sunrise viewing point or car parking areas. For me, living in the city, working at a computer every day, my brain sometimes feels like it’s sizzling, with far too much information in the form of human-electricity jumping back and forth across synapses. Just being in the desert for a couple of days gave my brain the holiday it needed. At the wonderful Uluru Cultural Centre, we are guided to appreciate the country the way the local Anangu people do – to listen to the land, the wind, the birds, the insects, and to feel the land. Beautiful. May I suggest you find a few minutes today to experience “information underload” … go outside, and for a few moments listen to some birds, or maybe the wind rustling in the leaves, or look at the sky, watch some clouds, or find the moon tonight.