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“Nature Flies from The Infinite, for The Infinite is Unending or Imperfect, and Nature ever seeks to Amend.”

 Aristotle

“Nature does Not Hurry, yet Everything is Accomplished.”

 Lao Tzu

“Colors are The Smiles of Nature.”

 Leigh Hunt

“If we Surrendered to Earth’s Intelligence we could Rise up Rooted, Like Trees.”

 Rainer Maria Rilke

“There is Something Infinitely Healing in The Repeated Refrains of Nature.”

 Rachel Carson

“We Kill all The Caterpillars, then Complain there are No Butterflies.”

 John Marsden

“If you Can't be in Awe of Mother Nature, there's something Wrong with You.”

 Alex Trebek

“An Understanding of The Natural World and what's in it is a Source of Not only a Great Curiosity but Great Fulfillment...”

 David Attenborough

“If One Way be Better than another, that You may be Sure is Nature's Way.”

 Aristotle

“We Feel The Beauty of Nature because We are Part of Nature and because We know that however much in our Separate Domains we Abstract from The Unity of Nature, this Unity Remains. Although We may Deal with Particulars, We Return Finally to The whole Pattern Woven out of these.”

 Ernest Everett Just

“Plant Seeds of Happiness, Hope, Success, and Love; it will all Come back to You in Abundance. This is The Law of Nature.”

 Steve Maraboli

“The Main Point of Christianity was this: that Nature is Not our Mother: Nature is our Sister.”

 G.K. Chesterton

“The Power of Nature is what all Art Strives to be. The more we can Get in Tune with The Harmony of The Planet, The more our Art can Benefit from that Relationship.”

 Rick Rubin

“By viewing Nature, Nature's Handmaid Art,
Makes mighty things from Small beginnings Grow:
Thus Fishes first to Shipping did Impart,
Their Tail The Rudder, and their Head The Prow.”

John Dryden

“God writes The Gospel Not in the Bible alone, but on Trees and Flowers and Clouds and Stars.”

 Martin Luther

“I'm leaving my Sorrows and all my Memories behind to See what I find, Somewhere in The Shade near The Sound of a Sweet Singing River, Somewhere in The Sun where The Mountains make Love to The Sky.”

 John Denver

“Munificent Nature Follows The Methods of The Divine and True, and Rounds all Things to Her Perfect Law. While Nations are Convulsed with Blood and Violence, how Quietly The Grass Grows.”

 E.H. Chapin

“Nature is The Art of God.”

 Dante Alghieri

“I've always Regarded Nature as The Clothing of God.”

 Alan Hovhaness

“I Find Beauty in The Continual Shaping of Chaos which Clearly Embodies The Primordial Power of Nature's Performance.”

 Iris van Herpen

“Look at a Tree, a Flower, a Plant. Let your Awareness Rest upon it. How still They are, how Deeply Rooted in Being. Allow Nature to Teach you stillness.” 

 Eckhart Tolle

“One Touch of Nature makes The whole World Kin.”

 William Shakespeare

“If The Sight of The Blue Skies Fills you with Joy, if a Blade of Grass Springing up in The Fields has Power to Move you, 
if The Simple Things of Nature have a Message that you Understand, Rejoice, for your Soul is Alive.”

 Eleonora Duse

“I have Seen many Storms in my Life. Most Storms have caught Me by Surprise, so I had to Learn very Quickly to Look Further and Understand that I am Not Capable of Controlling The Weather, to Exercise The Art of Patience and to Respect The Fury of Nature.”

 Paulo Coelho

“Nature's Beauty is a Gift that Cultivates Appreciation and Gratitude.”

 Louie Schwartzberg

“To Sit in The Shade on a Fine day, and Look upon Verdure is The most Perfect Refreshment.”

 Jane Austen

“A Miracle Constantly Repeated becomes a Process of Nature.”

 Lyman Abbott

“Wild Roses are Fairest, and Nature a Better Gardener than Art.”

 Louisa May Alcott

“What is Life? It is The Flash of a Firefly in The Night. It is The Breath of a Buffalo in The Winter Time. It is The Little Shadow which Runs across The Grass and Loses itself in the Sunset.”

Crowfoot

“The Family is One of Nature's Masterpieces.”

 George Santayana

“How Beautiful The Leaves Grow old. How Full of Light and Color are their Last Days.”

 John Burroughs

“I Know a Bank where The Wild Thyme blows, Where Oxlips and The Nodding Violet Grows,
Quite Over-canopied with Luscious Woodbine, With Sweet Musk-Roses and with Eglantine.”

William Shakespeare

“Nature is Not our Enemy, to be Raped and Conquered. Nature is ourselves, to be Cherished and Explored.”

Terence McKenna

“The Best Remedy for those who are Afraid, Lonely or Unhappy is to Go outside, Somewhere where They can be Quiet, 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.”

Anne Frank

“It is in The Wild Places, where The Edge of The Earth meets The Corners of The Sky, The Human Spirit is Fed.”

Art Wolfe

“Nothing is more Beautiful than The Loveliness of The Woods before Sunrise.”

George Washington Carver

“God is The Experience of Looking at a Tree and Saying, 'Ah!'”

Joseph Campbell

“If you will Stay Close to Nature, to its Simplicity, to The Small Things Hardly Noticeable, those Things can Unexpectedly become Great and Immeasurable.”

Rainer Maria Rilke

“The Sun, with all those Planets Revolving around it and Dependent on it, can still Ripen a Bunch of Grapes as if it had Nothing else in The Universe to do.”

Galileo Galilei

“Many Eyes go through The Meadow, but few See The Flowers in it.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson