Monday, November 24, 2008

COMMUNE WITH NATURE



L
earn to appreciate the beauty around you!

Poets tell us that the world is full of beautiful, wonderful things. We don't have to be a poet to realize that this is true. All we need is to rub sleep out of our eyes and look around with a keener, more observant gaze. Watch the clouds as they float lazily across the summer sky, study the outlines of trees, smell the freshness of the morning breeze, listen to the happy, lively chirping of the birds, hear the buzzing of the busy bees hopping from one fragrant blooms to another, feel the gentle, warmth of the early morning sun. Commune with nature!

We don't have to be a poet to know that the world is full of beauty.


7 comments:

Ramon3381@yahoo.com said...

I feel so refreshed every after brisk walking at the corniche. It's really good for our health! I do it in the evening time.

bingkee said...

Although I love the city, I love to go around parks to commune with nature.

malone8 said...

We moved from the city to a rural area and now we enjoy the sight and sounds of nature.

May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

Bay Martin said...

@ Ramon

My jogging days are Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. You can join me para masaya!

Bay Martin said...

@ Bingkee

We don't have beautiful parks like what you have over there. The break water is one good place to get nearer to Him.

Bay Martin said...

@ Malone

How I love the rural area, the rice field, the fruit-bearing trees, the running river, the mountains, the sound of the lively chirping birds, the butterflies, damselflies, dragonflies. Oh, I just love nature!

Eric said...

Pwede bang makipagcommune sa dessert sand ha ha ha!!!