Design: Eddie Phan. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Design: Madison Alcedo. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Albert Einstein. Hans Christian Andersen. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.
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It will never fail you. Leigh Hunt. Robin Williams. Jules Renard. Henri Matisse. William Shakespeare. Edna Jaques.
The indescribable innocence of and beneficence of Nature,--of sun and wind and rain, of summer and winter,--such health, such cheer, they afford forever! Only spread a fern-frond over a man's head and worldly cares are cast out, and freedom and beauty and peace come in. John Muir. The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely, or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quite alone with the heavens, nature and God. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and that God wishes to see people happy amidst the simple beauty of nature. I firmly believe that nature brings solace in all troubles.
Anne Frank. In the woods, we return to reason and faith. There I feel that nothing can befall me in life, - no disgrace, no calamity leaving me my eyes , which nature cannot repair. Ralph Waldo Emerson. The forest makes your heart gentle. You become one with it No place for greed or anger there. Pha Pachak. Away from the tumult of motor and mill I want to be care-free; I want to be still! I'm weary of doing things; weary of words I want to be one with the blossoms and birds.
Edgar A. Nature is man's teacher. Alfred Billings Street. Believe one who knows: you will find something greater in woods than in books.
Trees and stones will teach you that which you can never learn from masters. Saint Bernard de Clairvaux. Whenever I have found myself stuck in the ways I relate to things, I return to nature.
It is my principal teacher, and I try to open my whole being to what it has to say. Wynn Bullock.
If there is any wisdom running through my life now, in my walking on this earth, it came from listening in the Great Silence to the stones, trees, space, the wild animals, to the pulse of all life as my heartbeat. Vijali Hamilton. There is in all visible things an invisible fecundity, a dimmed light, a meek namelessness, a hidden wholeness. This mysterious unity and integrity is wisdom, the mother of us all, "natura naturans. It rises up in wordless gentleness, and flows out to me from the unseen roots of all created being.
Thomas Merton. The whole secret of the study of nature lies in learning how to use one's eyes George Sand. Look deep into nature and you will understand everything. Albert Einstein. To look at any thing, If you would know that thing, You must look at it long John Moffitt. You only need sit still long enough in some attractive spot in the woods that all its inhabitants may exhibit themselves to you by turns.
One should pay attention to even the smallest crawling creature for these too may have a valuable lesson to teach us. Black Elk.
The earth is rude, silent, incomprehensible at first; Be not discouraged - keep on - there are divine things, well envelop'd; I swear to you there are divine things more beautiful than words can tell. Walt Whitman. Every child is born a naturalist. His eyes are, by nature, open to the glories of the stars, the beauty of the flowers, and the mystery of life. As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; to experience the sky from the perspective of a flower or a bee; to feel the earth quiver and breathe beneath us; to know a hundred different smells of mud and listen unselfconsciously to the soughing of the trees.
Valerie Andrews. Must we always teach our children with books? Let them look at the stars and the mountains above.
Let them look at the waters and the trees and flowers on Earth. Then they will begin to think, and to think is the beginning of a real education. David Polis. If you wish your children to think deep thoughts, to know the holiest emotions, take them to the woods and hills, and give them the freedom of the meadows; the hills purify those who walk upon them. Richard Jefferies. Only as a child's awareness and reverence for the wholeness of life are developed can his humanity to his own kind reach its full development. Rachel Carson. Now I see the secret of the making of the best persons.