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“Dance with the waves,
move with the sea.
Let the rhythm of the water
set your soul free.”
Christy Ann Martine

Amit Ray
“Enjoy the peace of Nature and declutter your inner world.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath

“The sentence that best expresses a snail's way of life: 'The right thing to do is to do nothing, the place to do it is in a place of concealment and the time to do it is as often as possible.”
Elisabeth Tova Bailey, The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating

Munia Khan
“Spring is the fountain of love for thirsty winter”
Munia Khan

R.H. Sin
“the moon has consistently remained by my side in my darkest of times and when everyone left me to my nightmares, the sun has always been there to wake me up...”
R.H. Sin

Amit Ray
“Unless you understand the pain and sufferings of the people, trees, birds and the nature, how can you understand God.”
Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity

“A flower will always grow in the direction of the sun because beauty recognises beauty.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

William Morris
“How can you care about the image of a landscape, when you show by your deeds that you don't care for the landscape itself?”
William Morris, The Beauty of Life: William Morris the Art of Design

“The stars teach us to look beyond this world.”
Bert McCoy

“God gave birth to the universe.
The universe gave birth to the cosmos.
The cosmos gave birth to the world.
The world gave birth to nature.
Nature gave birth to life.
Life gave birth to mankind.
Mankind gave birth to humanity.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

Caro Briones
“Nature helps us connect with higher levels of consciousness, beauty, aromas, and pleasant sounds, promote an exaltation of the spirit because we are part of this beautiful symphony. When we pay attention to it, we synchronize with the dance of life. And when we are in tune with the dance of life, we can access the infinite power of creation that is our birthright.”
Caro Briones, The Extraterrestrial Girl

Helen Macdonald
“So many of our stories about nature are about testing ourselves against it, setting ourselves against it, defining our humanity against it.”
Helen Macdonald, Vesper Flights

“Entrancing beauty falls nothing short of absolute magnificent creation.”
Wayne Chirisa

Mitta Xinindlu
“Racism has robbed the human race. It’s stolen all the beautiful life experiences that nature wanted to give to us. We have been deprived of experiencing each other's cultures and sincere love. And, it's very sad.”
Mitta Xinindlu

“We climbed a hill, and then sat on rocks that were adjacent to each other. We kept on staring at the sky. Words were not needed, for in the silence between us we understood each other.

Feeling exhilarated, she stood up and looking at the sky said " Isn't it a miracle to be alive and to be able to witness the beauty of nature!"

And I smiled at her, feeling the ecstasy of that moment in complete bliss!”
Avijeet Das

“Nature follows it’s own laws. No matter how much we try to learn about it’s ways, we can only perceive what we see. We can only interpret them the way we understand them and mostly what can be established in physical sciences. There will always be an overwhelming element of mystery in it’s simplicity, there will always be more to discover. God whispers to a tranquil and open mind. We can hear Him in the silence and mysteries of nature. Are you listening?”
Meeta Ahluwalia

“A gardener relishes the bloom, and with the same spirit accepts the bareness that comes with winter. There is a time to let go, like the trees, to rejuvenate and prepare for a fresh spring ahead. The withered leaf had fallen away, and life was turning a new one.”
Meeta Ahluwalia

“Clouds must love the ocean,
for they keep finding their way back to it.”
Meeta Ahluwalia

“Sunlight dipped in raindrops,
the sky painted a palette across the horizon.”
Meeta Ahluwalia

“Bright May afternoons—
mango trees in the garden
echoed with cuckoo calls.”
Meeta Ahluwalia

Christine Weimer
“yet some way, you’ve turned catastrophe into a bouquet,
proving you are meant to survive
for those who long to be alive within greenhouses you’ve contrived,
and these flowers will thrive on your earth.
scents of sage engage the sanctity of your rebirth.
now do you see all you are worth?”
Christine Weimer, I Got to Know Nature

Pradip Bendkule
“When you have something only one in The Universe , it is Natural to fall in love with it.
So be it an Object or a Person.”
Pradip Bendkule

Hope Bradford
“During those contemplative moments on Walden Pond, Henry David Thoreau seemed aware of such complex interactions—that, (as had been relayed by Kuan Yin), “It takes a tremendous amount of courage to deeply relate to nature...You’re too distracted by other issues. Put them aside and really look at the flower with me.”
“I’m looking at the flower and watching how Kuan Yin relates to it, I’m seeing how the act of relating to a flower appears to be so simple. Yet, it takes a tremendous amount of courage to make such a simple act important. I understand now how busyness can be a real distraction, how it can create ‘made up’ realities. Being present means an absence of past and future. I’m seeing how bringing the mind into the present is the link to eternity and that true meditation is the acceptance of no past or future. I realize these are amazingly brave concepts, that there are only moments upon moments to be lived. It’s almost inconceivable.
Usually Kuan Yin takes me on a journey somewhere. Or there is an elaborate backdrop. Today, however, we’re in ‘no place’. Against only a backdrop of air, Kuan Yin sits; intent upon really being with a flower. It’s so interesting. There is a tremendous difference between the consciousness of really being with something and, for instance, living a life. It’s as if the life is the dream!”
Indeed, the following quotations from “Walden” illustrate Thoreau’s deep abidance of nature—that through such a sacred connection, we access the deep vitality of our being, elevating ourselves as well as our surroundings:
“It's the beauty within us that makes it possible for us to recognize the beauty around us. The question is not what you look at but what you see.” ~ Henry David Thoreau - Walden
Equally, Thoreau appears to espouse the higher elevations of human consciousness—that there exists an inseparable bond, regardless of ego’s prejudices, between the ego and Higher Self.”
Hope Bradford, the empath chronicles

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Yes, be a very good friend of nature; but keep in mind that that friend can sometimes do enough madness to kill you!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

J. Tisa
J. Tisa

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