Nature S Beauty Quotes

Quotes tagged as "nature-s-beauty" (showing 1-30 of 165)
Amit Ray
“Looking at beauty in the world, is the first step of purifying the mind.”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Kobayashi Issa
“Giddy grasshopper
Take not leap and crush
These pearls of dewdrop”
Kobayashi Issa, Japanese Haiku

Philip Yancey
“Nature was one of the key forces that brought me back to God, for I wanted to know the Artist responsible for beauty such as I saw on grand scale in photos from space telescopes or on minute scale such as in the intricate designs on a butterfly wing.”
Philip Yancey

“If you were silent
Flight of herons on dark sky...
Oh! Autumn snowflakes!”
Sokan, Japanese Haiku

Willa Cather
“After that hard winter, one could not get enough of the nimble air. Every morning I wakened with a fresh consciousness that winter was over. There were none of the signs of spring for which I used to watch in Virginia, no budding woods or blooming gardens. There was only—spring itself; the throb of it, the light restlessness, the vital essence of it everywhere: in the sky, in the swift clouds, in the pale sunshine, and in the warm, high wind—rising suddenly, sinking suddenly, impulsive and playful like a big puppy that pawed you and then lay down to be petted. If I had been tossed down blindfold on that red prairie, I should have known that it was spring.”
Willa Cather, My Ántonia

Matsuo Bashō
“Seek on high bare trails
Sky-reflecting violets...
Mountain-top jewels”
Matsuo Bashō, Japanese Haiku

Du Fu
“At the edge of heaven, tatters of autumn
Cloud. After ten thousand miles of clear
Lovely morning, the west wind arrives. Here,
Long rains haven't slowed farmers. Frontier

Willows air thin kingfisher colors, and
Red fruit flecks mountain pears. As a flute's
Mongol song drifts from a tower, one
Goose climbs clear through vacant skies.”
Du Fu, The Selected Poems of Tu Fu

Ana Claudia Antunes
“I'd rather be on the ground than under
To feel the heavy rain and the thunder.”
Ana Claudia Antunes, The Tao of Physical and Spiritual

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
“Nature is the most intimate lover of mine who denudes my emotion with its intense beauty.”
Munia Khan

Nick Lantz
“The rain believes the earth exists just to give it something to fall against.”
Nick Lantz

William Golding
“The moon was through to the sunset side of the gap, but its light was hardly noticeable on the earth for the ruddy brilliance of the firelight.”
William Golding, The Inheritors

Phar West Nagle
“Following dark winter's strife, a warm air rises, teemed with life. Birth, rebirth, as the waiting die. Old love, new love sprouts wings to fly.”
Phar West Nagle

Amit Ray
“Life is incomplete without understanding the language of the beauty of the flowers, rocks, fine mountain lines, autumn leaves, clouds, stars and galaxies in the deep sky, music of the early birds, sunshine into the trees, and movements of the butterflies. The extravaganza of nature ignites the light that you have inside.”
Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity

Laura Lafargue
“I wish the trees would go into leaf that I might find out what they are. In their present undress I cannot recognise them. It's true that I doubt if I should know my best friends--men or women--with their clothes off.”
Laura Lafargue, Correspondence, Volume 2: 1887 - 1890

“You are the Moon who cannot see her own beauty. Let me be the Ocean and show you your own beautiful reflection!”
Avijeet Das

“Remember to be conscious of what seeds you plant, as the garden of your mind is like the world. The longer seeds grow, the more likely they are to become trees. Trees often block the sun’s rays from reaching other seeds, allowing only plants that are acclimated to the shadow of the tree to grow—keeping you stuck with that one reality.”
Natasha Potter

Amit Ray
“The extravaganza of nature ignites the light that you have inside.”
Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity

Lisa Kleypas
“She closed her eyes and listened to the drone of bees as they moved lazily among the flowering bursts of deep pink hydrangea and delicate tendrils of sweet pea that wound through the basket-bed borders. Although she was still very weak, it was pleasant to sit in warm lethargy, half-drowsing like a cat.
She was slow to respond when she heard a sound from the doorway... a single light rap, as if the visitor was reluctant to disrupt her reverie with a loud knock. Blinking her sun-dazzled eyes, Annabelle remained sitting with her legs tucked beneath her. The mass of light speckles gradually faded from her vision, and she found herself staring at Simon Hunt's dark, lean form. He had leaned part of his weight on the doorjamb, bracing a shoulder against it in an unselfconsciously rakish pose. His head was slightly tilted as he considered her with an unfathomable expression.
Annabelle's pulse escalated to a mad clatter. As usual, Hunt was dressed impeccably, but the gentlemanly attire did nothing to disguise the virile energy that seemed to emanate from him. She recalled the hardness of his arms and chest as he had carried her, the touch of his hands on her body... oh, she would never be able to look at him again without remembering!
"You look like a butterfly that's just flown in from the garden," Hunt said softly.”
Lisa Kleypas, Secrets of a Summer Night

Rick Riordan
“Also, I kept thinking about Alex Fierro. You know, maybe just a little. Alex was a force of nature, like the snow thunder. She struck when she felt like it, depending on temperature differentials and storm patterns I couldn't possibly predict. She shook my foundations in a way that was powerful but also weirdly soft and constrained, veiled in blizzard. I couldn't assign any motives to her. She just did what she wanted. At least, that's how it felt to me.”
Rick Riordan, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard

Jane Austen
“It is a lovely night, and they are much to be pitied who have not been taught to feel in some degree as you do-who have not at least been given a taste for nature in early life. They lose a great deal.”
Jane Austen, Mansfield Park

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Springs of living water shall flow from the holy ground.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

“Nature provides us with some of the most beautiful scenery that will inspire and make a person at peace with the world.”
Roland R Kemler

Doris Lessing
“This naked embrace of earth and sky, the sun hard and strong overhead, pulling up moisture from the foliage, from soil, so that the swimming glisten of heat is like a caress made visible, this openness of air, everything visible for leagues, so that the circling hawk (the sun glancing off its wings) seems equipoised between sun and boulder -- this frank embrace between the lifting breast of the the land and the deep blue warmth of the sky is what exiles dream of; it is what they sicken for, now matter how hard they try to shut their minds against the memory of it... Living in town, Martha had forgotten this infinite exchange of earth and sky.”
Doris Lessing, Martha Quest

Kangoma Kindembo
“We see beauty for what it expresses, sometimes not for what it is made of.”
Kangoma Kindembo

Sowmya Thejomoorthy
“The rains and constant drizzle had cleansed and polished the foliage everywhere, lending the greenery a rich, youthful charm.
The beads of water on the leaves, gave them an alluring sheen and added to their rejuvenating effect.”
Sowmya Thejomoorthy, Drina The Earth Sorceress

“Someone: Have you seen the sunset?
Me: It's already locked in my phone!”
Twinkle Sharma

Diana Abu-Jaber
“Years ago, when she'd studied the constructions of stem, blade, stamen, ovule, she loved the infinite possibilities of the plant kingdom- but she had been interested in color, scent, presentation: the beautiful names- cloth-of-gold crocus; ash-leaved trumpet, star-of-Bethlehem; meadow saffron- the loveliness of a blown field of asters or irises, a ring of roses to bed a wedding cake, the careful depiction of a peony in cross section on the page, a gentian constructed in icing. She knew all about beauty and almost nothing of utility.”
Diana Abu-Jaber, Birds of Paradise

Lisa Kleypas
“Hampshire was dressed in scarlet and brilliant orange, the hounds were out four mornings a week, and the last baskets of fruit had been harvested from heavy-laden trees. Now that the hay had been cut, the raucous corn-cakes had left the fields, their clamor replaced by the liquid notes of song-thrushes and the chatter of yellow buntings.”
Lisa Kleypas, Scandal in Spring

“• Ten years ago in my geannhomegarden, nature dares me to plant varieties of fruit seeds for natural real flavour juices. To date, I truly enjoy the fruit juices of my labour: avocados, calamansi, oranges, lemon, guavas, guyabanos, mangosteen and rambutan.

Nature, thank you for giving me the best thing in my life.”
Gerardo Villa Rodriguez

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