Hi Neryl,
There’s a retired Scoutmaster in me that values knots and their application.
I love the richness of the symbolism of the endurance, connectedness and interdependence of both physical and spiritual aspects aspects of life as you presented it. However, if contextualised, the profile of ‘our times’, as I see it, is one of declining mutuality between inhabitants and habitat— not an illustration of it.

One senses an emerging ferment for the ushering in of a ‘new norm’. Since contexts influence meanings, rather than being ‘an illustration of our time’ we could see the Celtic knot as ‘an aspirational challenge for our time’.

Thanks for giving me a new knot to to ponder.
with love