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Mother Nature created God as a neurological anti-depressant sentiment, but Man tore that God apart into pieces and made citadels of differentiation out of them.
When Mother Nature speaks, even the Gods hold silence.
Mother Nature," he murdered half aloud and grinned, "we think of her as a benevolent old lady. Maybe instead she's the wantonest kind of whore.
The pure whiteness, dazzling in the sun, was one of the most beautiful things I had ever seen. Who was I to spoil it? Snow falls. Earth says: Here's a gift for you. And what do we do? We shovel it. Blow it. Scrape it. Plow it. Get it out of our way. We push it to our fringes. Is there anything uglier or sadder than a ten-day-old snow dump? It's not even snow anymore. It's slush.
There is nothing more musical than a sunset.
Nanette L. Avery
We must believe that there are places where tranquility exists and nature is given back her power to speak...
A. E. Samaan
The Earth is nothing but phlegm spat out by the Sun, and our immediate solar system a whirlwind of boulders. There is no "delicate balance".
Mother Nature is our teacher—reconnecting us with Spirit, waking us up and liberating our hearts. When we can transcend our fear of the creatures of the forest, then we become one with all that is; we enter a unity of existence with our relatives—the animals, the plants and the land that sustains us.
The orchid is Mother Nature's masterpiece.
Every life matters. Be like Mother Nature and love everyone without judging.
It's natural to die," he said again. "The fact that we make such a big hullabaloo over it is all because we don't see ourselves as part of nature. We think because we're human we're something above nature." He smiled at the plant. "We're not. Everything that gets born, dies.
A row of daffodils and red tulips nestled against the walkway beneath my feet. Stray weeds peeked up through the cracks in the concrete, a reminder that that nature had the final say. No matter how much mankind bulldozed or built, all was vulnerable to Mother Nature's whims.
If you listen closely you will hear the spirits sigh a lesson lost on humans; an enchanting lullaby: Mercy lies in nature’s hands and bound to it we grow. Of the earth we came to be and of the earth we’ll go.
Such was the hidden power of nature, capable of producing extreme beauty and cruelty at the same time.
No human, no matter how ancient, or how popular, can be above the laws of Nature.
Because Nature is an artist, you too can paint your best portrait. Because Nature is a physicist, you too can originate your best equation. Because Nature is a biologist, you too can cure your best patient. Because Nature is a chemist, you too can mix your best potion. Because Nature is a geologist, you too can dig your best mine. Because Nature is an environmentalist, you too can mind your best wildlife. Because Nature is a scientist, you too can make your best discovery. Because Nature is a preacher, you too can write your best sermon. Because Nature is an author, you too can pen your best novel. Because Nature is a thinker, you too can conceive your best thoughts. Because Nature is a warrior, you too can win your best battles. Because Nature is a teacher, you too can empower your best student. Because Nature is an investor, you too can finance your best project. Because Nature is a banker, you too can earn your best interest. Because Nature is a healer, you too can develop your best medicine. Because Nature is an engineer, you too can design your best structure.
Everything turns in circles and spirals with the cosmic heart until infinity. Everything has a vibration that spirals inward or outward — and everything turns together in the same direction at the same time. This vibration keeps going: it becomes born and expands or closes and destructs — only to repeat the cycle again in opposite current. Like a lotus, it opens or closes, dies and is born again. Such is also the story of the sun and moon, of me and you. Nothing truly dies. All energy simply transforms.
If nature listens, you too should listen. If nature reasons, you too should reason. If nature understands, you too should understand. If nature builds, you too should build. If nature creates, you too should create. If nature gives, you too should give. If nature loves, you too should love. Use your brain; nature, too, thinks. Use your heart; nature, too, feels. Use your soul; nature, too, experiences. Use your tongue; nature, too, speaks. Use your nose; nature, too, senses. Use your eyes; nature, too, sees. Use your ears; nature, too, listens. Use your feet; nature, too, moves. Use your hands; nature, too, fights.
There's no substitute for a mother's warmth on a wintry night!!!
A flower is Mother Nature’s ‘tap on the shoulder’ to stop and look … A poem is an author’s ‘tap on the shoulder’ to find the flowers.
Why seek help when you can become the help! Why wish for miracle when you can become the miracle! You are a God O brave-heart – never forget that. Have faith – not in an imaginary monkey up there – but in the powers vested in you by Mother Nature.
This story is dedicated to all those who help, and all those who care.
Neither humans nor the Gods that they have created are superior to old Mother Nature.
Life is fleeting, yes, but also eternal; it will always find a way to begin again.
But Nature granted to gold and silver no function with which we cannot easily dispense. Human folly has made them precious because they are rare. In contrast, Nature, like a most indulgent mother, has placed her best gifts out in the open, like air, water and the earth itself; vain and unprofitable things she has hidden away in remote places.
Culture is a symbolic veil with which we hide our animal nature from ourselves … and other animals.
If there were something that Mother Nature or God could do with money, She or He would have sold immortality to the rich a long time ago.
Light falls upon a dew drop; rewarding all who are blessed to witness the moments of its glisten.
We biologists often use the phrase “Mother Nature” to refer to the entire system of Nature that we see around us, but it is not really an entity, and it does not have any real concern for any of its living creatures – it lives on with or without us; it is in our human psychology to impose a human-like identity upon any grand system that we encounter around us – it gives us a sense of closeness to that system and makes us feel an essential part of it. When I say, Mother Nature designed us, or programmed us, I am simply referring to the process of natural selection.
Harmony is about bringing things into balance and knowing how to go from sunrise to sunset. Mother Nature teaches this to us, in so many ways, each and every day.
Take action to cool your planet or the planet will take action and cool your life forever.
A mother is like nature, she appreciates her child’s every mood.
What if the whole world just held hands? United as one Those who opposed, fell off Disintegrated into the sun The only thing left of evil was ash The only thing left on earth was people with passion Heart for Mother Nature Caring for their fellow human being Common considerate behavior Contribution towards humane higher plane of consciousness
You live in a society, that always demands you to have a label to define yourself. Now it's up to you, whether you choose man-made labels like 'religious' and 'atheist', or your innate natural label gifted by Mother Nature, i.e. 'human'.
Mom is my best friend not because she is my mom, but because- She is the one who understand me without my saying, She is the one who can read my eyes, she is the one who can read my painful heart, She is the one who can give love without any return, She is the one who never leave my hand no matter how much i fight with her, She is the one who never complains for anything you do to her, She is the one with whom i can share everything without fear, She is my best guide, She fight for me when i am innocent, She trust me when others don't, This is why She is the one who is my Best Friend. Love you mom...
There is nothing ideal in Nature, because it was not created by some sort of ideal Almighty Being with perfect peerless craftsmanship. Nature as it is, has evolved through millions of years out of the biological drive for survival.
You are totally at the mercy of nature in this country, mate. It's just a fact of life.
Seth Adam Smith
I am Mother Nature. All of creation bows before me. When people leave their cities and learn of me—walk in my woods, bathe in my rivers, eat of my harvest—they will find healing to their souls. But stray from me and return to the supposed wisdom of men, and they will find themselves in chains once more.
You bend the laws of the universe when you fly," I say. "It's impressive. Defying gravity? Watching sunrises and sunsets from places Mother Nature didn't intend for you to watch them from? You really are superheroes, if you think about it.
Nature deemed God worthy and hence chose it as her slave to serve the humans appearing as the master.
Amy Leigh Mercree
Mother Nature offers her nurturing essence to us all freely with no expectation of reciprocation.
Remember how you played in these orchards as young girls?" Willo asked Deana and Sam. Deana turned to look at Sam, and the two smiled. "We do," they said at the same time. These orchards had been their playground as girls. Sam slowed even more and studied the orchards carefully. I ran, played hide-and-seek, caught fireflies, scaled trees, picked apples and peaches straight off the tree, launched pits from slingshots, and danced in the sprinkles here. Sam thought. Moreover, I learned about plants and science: I understood the seasons, when to plant trees and seeds, how to nurture them and protect them from insects, what to feed the deer in winter and the hummingbirds in summer. Sam again thought of her grandpa. If we're good to Mother Nature, she will be good to us, he always used to tell her. Same goes for people.
And scars will lighten, they'll pale unless you keep rubbing at them...wait long enough, they'll fade.
Before you waste paper, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the trees we cut down. Before you waste clothes, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the animals we killed. Before you waste food, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the land we polluted. Before you waste water, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the rivers we exhausted. Before you misspend time, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the years you misused. Before you misspend money, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the riches you mishandled. Before you misspend talent, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the genius you despised. Before you misspend life, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the breaths you squandered. Before you harm mankind, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the people you abused. Before you harm the world, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the Earth you destroyed. Before you harm the sky, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the air you polluted. Before you harm the universe, remember, Mother Nature had to shed tears for the breaths you squandered.
... Mother Nature is punishing us, ..., for our greed and selfishness. We torture her at all hours by iron and wood, fire and stone. We dig her up and dump her in the sea. We sink mine shafts into her and drag out her entrails - and all for a jewel to wear on a pretty finer. Who can blame her if she occasionally quivers with anger?" - Pliny, Pg. 176