Sunday, August 31, 2014

Enjoy Nature!

                        
Today, Sunday, may you fall totally in love with nature.

Whether it's a tree, a flower, a breath of fresh air or sunshine immersing you in its warmth, treasure it!

When feeling disappointed or discouraged, upset or tired, or worried and at your wits' end, try going outside.

Sit on the steps and look up at the trees or sky and watch the clouds skittle across the sky.

They don't have a care in the world!

Truly, Mother Nature's gifts help connect us with our Creator who fills our hearts to overflowing with the kind of peace that only He can give. 

 Can you spot the little Colorado groundhog in the photo at the very top of the post? 

He does not worry about a thing!


WHAT, TO YOU, IS ONE OF MOTHER NATURE'S MOST PRECIOUS  GIFTS?


10 comments:

agatek said...

Beautifully wrote ... I mused over this ...

marianne said...

Oh, there are so many, it's hard to choose just one. Sunset, sunrise, change of seasons, forests, lakes, mountains, oceans, birdsong, snowstorms, rainstorms; you get my drift. Nature brings serenity and healing.

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: great reflection. The nature relaxes me. It allows me to disconnect from everyday problems. I especially like the landscapes of sea and sun. Keep in touch

Linda O'Connell said...

So many gifts form the old gal, but I really like to watch the sky color with the promise of a new day.

diane.stetson said...

Natures gifts are too many to count but I love anything from a garden's bounty the best!

Bookie said...

I see the little dog...think they are so cute but I know they can be a real problem when you see miles of prairie dog hills!

The Old Parsonage said...

I didn't see the little ground hog, had to really look for him. Hope that you are having a great weekend!

Leann

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Is that a picture of the flatirons? You know I love just being outside when the weather is nice and taking in all that Mother Nature has to offer. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Red Rose Alley said...

NATURE is a precious gift all by itself, Susan. I appreciate all that it gives me, and I am filled with peace every time I am surrounded by it.

love,
~Sheri

Chatty Crone said...

Did I ever tell you - I went to Alaska once years ago - I thought it was pretty awesome!!!

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