Nature – God’s Beautiful Creation

Nature – the exquisite creation by God which is filled with the magnificence of the Divine.

The endless expanse of the blue sky, dusted with a sprinkling of cotton like clouds; the cool rain showers giving way to the breathtaking and enigmatic rainbows, the vast oceans enveloping such breathtaking beauty within, the pearly dew drops on blooming flowers and green grass, the sweet fragrance of the wet earth, the majestic mountains and the deep colorful valleys, the fragrant beauty of spring and the riot of colors it brings, the enchanting chirping of birds, the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly, the vibrance of a warm golden sunrise which brings with it the promise of a new beginning, the magic of the serene sunset the sight of which can ease away the turmoil of a day, the silver moonlight which when reflected on water gives the impression of a shimmery magical potion, the twinkling stars above creating the illusion of pearls and the gentle night covering us like a  velvet blanket.

All these are just a glimpse into the treasury of Mother Nature. These jewels are a balm to the wounded, companion to the lonely, beauty to the seeking eyes, salvation to the believing and a source of thrill to an adventurous mind.

There is beauty all around us, we are born into it and yet we seem to spend so much time thinking about things that we don’t really want………………..

The adage, ” We should stop to smell the flowers” is not overrated in the least….


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lawrence Turner
    Apr 05, 2012 @ 20:48:56

    “The new conception of self, personal and collective, that will be born from the collapse of the present one will therefore bring with it a very different kind of technology, economy, medicine, and way of life, that seek to create beauty and that model themselves on the processes of nature. It is not so much a “return to nature” as a returning of nature to us, a recovering of nature, a reconnection to nature. Of course, nature has never left us; everything we are is in some sense natural. It is only because we have convinced ourselves otherwise that life has drifted so far out of balance. Another way to view the shift of consciousness is that we will fall back in love with nature.” – Charles Eisenstein

    “We now use the word Nature much as our fathers used the word God.”
    – John Burroughs


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  3. Rumi
    Jul 18, 2013 @ 11:46:20

    Thank you for your lovely words. I am glad it helped you 🙂


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