Beauty Of Nature Quotes

Quotes tagged as "beauty-of-nature" (showing 1-30 of 33)
Amit Ray
“God is the most beautiful, and beauty is the expression of God. If you can't appreciate beauty in the world how can you understand God?”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Amit Ray
“Beauty is the moment when time vanishes and eternity arises.”
Amit Ray, Walking the Path of Compassion

George R.R. Martin
“Yet even so, Jon Snow was not sorry he had come. There were wonders here as well. He had seen sunlight flashing on icy thin waterfalls as they plunged over the lips of sheer stone cliffs, and a mountain meadow full of autumn wildflowers, blue coldsnaps and bright scarlet frostfires and stands of piper's grass in russet and gold. He had peered down ravines so deep and black they seemed certain to end in some hell, and he had ridden his garron over a wind-eaten bridge of natural stone with nothing but sky to either side. Eagles nested in the heights and came down to hunt the valleys, circling effortlessly on great blue-grey wings that seemed almost part of the sky.”
George R.R. Martin

Oliver Markus
“We like to romanticize the wild, raw, majestic beauty of nature. But when you take a closer look, nature is really just a giant fuckfest. That beautiful bird chirping? It's a mating call. That pretty little bird is trying to get laid. And why does the peacock have such beautiful feathers? To attract females. Because he's trying to get laid.”
Oliver Markus, Why Men And Women Can't Be Friends

Ashley Asti
“My mother is soil and rain,
clay, ash, sand, sun and moonlight.
My mother is a weeping willow—
strong, daring, dripping.
My mother is oceans so salty and wild
she can consume whole cities—
but, mostly, she chooses to be calm turquoise,
washing softly over toes in sand.
She is vast—
some places un-navigated.
She is offering, felt without words, sacred, and restful.
She grows life.

—mother/Mother Earth”
Ashley Asti, The Moon and Her Sisters

Debasish Mridha
“I have nothing to compain about. I am here to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of nature.”
Debasish Mridha

Mary Oliver
“It is one of the perils of our so-called civilized age that we do not yet acknowledge enough, or cherish enough, this connection between soul and landscape - between our own best possibilities, and the view from our own windows. We need the world as much as it needs us, and we need it in privacy, intimacy, and surety. We need the field from which the lark rises - bird that is more than itself, that is the voice of the universe: vigorous, godly job. Without the physical world such hope it: hacked off. Is: dried up. Without wilderness no fish could leap and flash, no deer could bound soft as eternal waters over the field; no bird could open its wings and become buoyant, adventurous, valorous beyond even the plan of nature. Nor could we.”
Mary Oliver

“Self-knowledge, a spiritual metamorphosis, precedes understanding other people and comprehending the beauty of being part of the spontaneous interplay of the natural world.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Amit Ray
“An university is judged by the beauty of its tree lines.”
Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity

Debasish Mridha
“You are the universe, so see the beauty of nature and feel the joy of life.”
Debasish Mridha

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Listen to your instinct. It is your greatest treasure. Your beauty in the outside reflects your inner beauty.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Debasish Mridha
“To find the meaning of life, enjoy the journey, the beauty of the nature, the glint of a dew drop, the warmth of the morning sun, the songs of the wind, and smiles of flowers. These are all there to make your journey worthwhile and make your life meaningful.”
Debasish Mridha

Lailah Gifty Akita
“You have to look closely to see clearly.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind

Debasish Mridha
“To enjoy the rainbows, let us dance in the rain. To get lost in the beauty of nature, keep your windows open.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“Let us dance in the rain to enjoy the rainbows and to get lost in the beauty of nature.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“Two things amazes me the most, the beauty of nature and the power of my thoughts.”
Debasish Mridha

“Lacking natural equilibrium, I used writing as an illustrative means to center myself in a world filled with haziness and uncertainty. My self-drafted obituary will not bemoan death but shall celebrate life by giving heartfelt thanks for all the people that brightened actuality with their kindness, friendship, noble acts of charity, and expressions of universal goodwill. It was a privilege to exist in this wrinkle of time with many people devoted to burnishing the sharpen edges of life. The heavens blessed me with many years to discover why it is beautiful to live and die in a world where the hills and wind, the rivers and seas, stars and moon, and revealing sunlight shall persevere.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Life surrounds us. Each day we witness the plenteous gifts of nature. Even following the most bitterly cold winter, new life waits feverishly to erupt. The flower head sown in the prior season quickens to bloom in the eternal spring of wilderness gardens. Each of us hankers to blossom. Life is the active resistance to disintegration and death. A state of grace comes from a life devoted to seeking the pinnacle of human attainment. None of us should suppress our own or another person’s quest for transcendence. Each day we must give full measure to our internal life force. With all our energy and intuition, we must determinedly seek out what is the best part of us. We must faithfully tap our potential for goodness, unapologetically rip ourselves apart if need be, bravely go where we fear, and boldly tread where we must go in order to carry out the sacred blueprint for leading a meaningful life that is imbued in the deepest alcove of our unbidden souls.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“A good artist does not just make imaginations beautiful to the mind, but also more pleasant to the eye with a superb visible touch of excellence.”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“Love, reverence, and adoration, are multifaceted emotions. Similar to a painting by an artist, how we respond to a beautiful woman, nature, and the world that we encounter reveals the spectator and not life.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Humankind demonstrates an unerring ability to witness beauty. By observing nature’s beauty and striving to create beautiful things, humankind brokers its own salvation.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“If men would understand and appreciate the good efforts that went into creation and how beautiful, good and awesome the creations were at the beginning, they would never think of undermining the Creators effort and integrity by destroying the beauty of nature! God is watching us!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Debasish Mridha
“Two things amaze me the most--the beauty of nature and the power of my thoughts.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“The sun gave us our eyes to see the beauty of nature, his creation, through his light.”
Debasish Mridha

Preeth Nambiar
“When I closed my ears with my palms, I could hear the roaring of the ocean and closing my eyes I could see the majestic colours of the earth. Beyond the distant horizons of the skies, there was void into which I offered myself and vanished eternally!

O dear, come to me, I will whisper the profoundest secret of the universe – it is emptiness!”
Preeth Nambiar, The Solitary Shores

Debasish Mridha
“It is not the beauty of nature, but it is our dream-filled actions that create our futures.”
Debasish Mridha

Stefanie Payne
“There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.”
Stefanie Payne, A Year in the National Parks: The Greatest American Road Trip

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