“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
The physical world around us comprises unique natural forces. Plants, animals, mountains, landscapes, sun, moon, stars, oceans, rivers et al. are manifestations of the natural world surrounding us. It is mind blowing, awe-inspiring and mysterious. The scientists have come up with multiple explanations of the natural phenomena. Yet quintessentially I think it remains a mystery, which belies comprehension. We would love to keep it that way. The human race is lucky enough to be related to a vast cosmic kaleidoscope that sustains, motivates and heals.
'N' is for Nature
Flowers are one of the greatest miracles of nature. Even a tiny stem adorns a winsome bloom. The pattern of myriad hues, shapes and sizes is staggering. I still remember: the awesome rows of annuls, seasonal blooms, flowering trees, beds and pathways blazing with gorgeous blossoms in 'Buchart garden' in Victoria (Canada). The stunning beauty of the floral garden stole our heart away.
The enthralling magnificence of the rising sun over mountains is a rarefied gift of nature.The mixture of scintillating colors around its emergence is too extraordinary for words.
How subtly the sun spreads its golden sunshine to be lapped up by all organisms down under. What can be more uplifting?!
A small plateau nurturing trees big and small amidst hills always becomes a center of attraction for those who pass by. It is a scene, which breaks the monotony.
Monsoon clouds wearing designer dresses laden with tons of water keep enchanting whenever you look heavenwards. How keenly we wait for those precious drops,when the earth is parched and dry. A blessing indescribable!
The mynas perched on a wire seem to be participating in their morning assembly. How the twittering, chirping birds make our mornings so special. Especially on breezy days their joy needs no bounds. They uplift our moods and warm our souls.One instinctively exclaims, 'what a blessing this life is!'
I'm a nature lover. Nature is my ally in all my pursuits. Its bewildering specimens keep the mystery of life and its complexities alive in the human heart.
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Wednesday around the world