Tag Archives: Nature
The early morning delivers it’s gift; quiet, peaceful, noiseless calm. There is a time for rest and stillness. God’s gifts are massive realms delivered in custom packages at the perfect time.
Not a cure, but good for the soul, to step out of the man-made and into the woods.
What can compare to the quiet morning stillness, the gentle awakening from slumber to life? God knows the way of comfort, the soothing wave of a wisp of wind, the entertaining calls of nature’s pets, the inspiring rise of the … Continue reading
The morning dew lay heavy in the meadow webs. What purpose does this spun bowl of moisture serve in it’s surroundings? How many intricate correlations go unnoticed by the busy eye? Nature tells its story patiently. We both have stories … Continue reading
God’s recipe for morning nature treasure. Ingredients: one large grove of leafy trees of varying height one moist gray cloud one powerful sun one loving God. Take the well established tree grove of old and new growth and juice the … Continue reading
today I saw a butterfly make a dash for the woods during the storms. the usually fluttering flight from flower to flower was abandoned as it used its physics to project itself missile-like to the safety of the trees. What … Continue reading
It’s a beautiful morning, sunshine, breeze, butterflies, and honey bees. I just need to keep it stripped down to the basics. Don’t let any unpleasant circumstance filter into natural wonder of nature and the pure gift of breath. The hummingbirds … Continue reading
It has never been enough. The first gifts in the garden did not satiate nor was mankind humble, but deceived and proud, a pair. Need of redemption is demonstrated right there…….. With dominion we ravage ancient forests, and pound our … Continue reading
Powerful rays slice the morning sky, severing the night with light of hope. Night predators scamper for cover, day creatures unfurl with an appetite. Delicate petals dewy moist, are preserved for morning’s breezy waltz. Graceful flowers with feathery sway, entice … Continue reading