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

“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

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

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

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

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

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

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

“Everywhere you go, you shall find dramatic splendor and awe because your majestic soul is part of the vivid whole, and nothing about you is ignoble.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

McCaid Paul
“The river speaks a language, something one isn’t born knowing but has to learn. I learned it from my dad. Some of it is wisdom, some of it skill. Some of it is the quirks and tendencies of a natural beast—the ebb and flow, the up and down, the flood draining down to a trickle. It’s all part of the river’s story, which it’s always willing to tell.”
McCaid Paul, Dead River

“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

“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century, he is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it." —Jacques-Yves Cousteau.”
Jon F. Gleman, Life's Journey:

McCaid Paul
“Dead River—the center of some story Grandpa used to tell around the campfire, back when I was foolish enough to believe anything. A tale of a whirlpool, snatching a man under while fishing in the middle of the current, snagging him on a root or treetop, never to be found again. It was the first time I knew the river to be murderous.
As we grow closer, the landscape of clay and muddy water fades to a sandy-white shoreline and waters the color of
black coffee, due to the influence of tannic acid from the leaves. Spanish moss hangs from nearly every branch, casting long, thick shadows across the sand.
The breeze calms to a mere breath of wind, the only movement some water bugs that resemble spiders, darting across the river’s surface. Gone are the splashes of the gar, and the occasional squawk of water fowl.
True to its name, the place is sinister. Dead.”
McCaid Paul, Dead River

“Ask the tree where its roots end
it will etch a line to its reveries
once beating its last toil for soil
now lamenting but for the green”
Lila Marquez, Line Breaker: A Collection of Poems

Mouloud Benzadi
“Humans and nature can never be friends!
Nature will never hesitate to starve you in the drought, drown you in the rain, burn you in the sun, and kill you with an earthquake, a hurricane or a disease; and as such, nature should always be seen as an enemy not a friend.”
Mouloud Benzadi

Malebo Sephodi
“native nostalgia, a prelude to the now

when will we ever feel safe in the Mother City’s nest? Neng? Nini?
i long for a time when harmony between humans and nature was not a utopian
dream scattered by the patter of raindrops that threaten rooftops.
the rain that is no longer euphony or lullaby to hush you to slumber.
a storm is fast approaching, stay on higher ground, dig up trenches and unclog the drains
wailing voices choking within the Mother City echo code red, declare this a national emergency
belligerent tempest(s) warn of a time to come, a treaty between the mortals and the natural environment is needed!
displaced, confused, we’ve become strangers to the Mother City
are you going to listen to the wind, or are you going to wait for floating lilies to deliver seeds of condolences?”
Malebo Sephodi

Mitta Xinindlu
“The healing starts at the mountain, but you need the river to wash the pain away.”
Mitta Xinindlu

Kya Rayne
“This is the place where I want to be young
To breathe the beginning breath
Through newborn lungs
To run barefoot chasing butterflies
To sleep beneath wondrous skies
To stand on stony mountains
Far above the birch and pine
Looking down at all about me
I’ll call this world mine
When the wild wind sings
I will hear its song
That beckons to my heart,
Tells me that I belong
And all these hills and every tree
Become a part of my story
Yet, as the pages of a story grow
Characters learn, develop, go
May it be granted, if I leave
If I change in any way
That this place will always remain
The same as I saw it today
If my feet wander
If life’s paths take me far
Time may alter youthful face
But let not it change a tree or star
Let not it touch a leaf
Nor a river, nor a stream
Or raise a cloak of shadow
Over even one sunbeam
The years may not lift their hand
To crumble any stone
Or free their feet to trample
Fields where flowers have grown
If I tarry long
The song will bring me back
If in the journey I am lost
The wind will steer my track
I will be changed when I come
Grey hair and marred face
But the hills will recall
That I am one with this place
Standing, just the way I used to
Upon the mountain height
Breathing, just the way I once did
The crisp, star filled night
And praying, just the way I always have
That I might be young here.”

— ‘Where I Want to Be Young”
Kya Rayne, One Bird Singing

Nikola Tesla
“There is no subject more captivating, more worthy of study, than nature. To understand this great mechanism, to discover the forces which are active, and the laws which govern them, is the highest aim of the intellect of man.”
Nikola Tesla

Atalina Wright
“Something deep inside calls us to adventure and to brave the unknown ... There is a bit of wilderness within all of us.”
Atalina Wright, ‎Wild Riverbanks

Bhuwan Thapaliya
“They talk about plants but she talks to plants. She believes plants can listen, talk, dance, and do whatever they want.”
Bhuwan Thapaliya

Mehmet Murat ildan
“If you have created a city that is completely in harmony with nature, you have done a highly praised job both mentally and morally!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Laura Jaworski
“A turning of the page in Nature's book,
and the story of spring begins.”
Laura Jaworski

Tomson Highway
“Time had slowed down to a dreamlike pace. “I can see ten miles below me, the lakes, the islands, the beaches, the rivers, the forests, the rocks, the town named Kisoos, the geese, the foxes, the wolves, the bears, the moose, the beaver, the mink, the trout, the town named Kitoon, the whitefish, the pike, the pickerel, the robins, the terns, the hawks, the owls, the spiders, the ants, the grass, the town named Poosees, the ferns, the spruce, the violets, the wild pink roses, the wild cranberries, the whole wide world in all its splendour. It’s amazing.” He started weeping and weeping and weeping, not with sadness but with a joy he had known only in dreams.”
Tomson Highway, Grand Chief Salamoo Cook is Coming to Town!

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