I'm reading a book "A history of religion in 5 1/2 objects" these days, and one sentence is quite tricky for me.
Our bodies are a matrix of connecting points that, when used appropriately, allow us to relate to and draw breath, meaning, and inspiration from the environment around (Plate, S. Brent. A History of Religion in 5½ Objects (p. 5). Beacon Press)
It seems like people are allowed to relate and draw breath. But, I don't get why the objects meaning, inspiration, and environment are placed behind of breath. These could have been written right after "relate to".