Sriram shares beautiful photos from nature along with poetry and quotes to complement.
Wendell Berry reminds me nature is a place of refuge among the wild things we share the universe with. It is in those spaces we dance with the heron and others.
Nadia Janice provokes me to pause and experience what I imagine as flight. Here, I imagine in ways the universe becomes even more than I experience it in my senses.
Several years ago, I wrote a class paper sharing how the Psalmists and Psalms resonated God’s voice and vision of the universe humans live in with all other creatures and natural phenonmenon. Our anscestors understood the universe as a place of wonder and imagined how it spoke to them and revealed itself in divine ways.
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AND SO MUST WE—OR NOT THROW AWAY GOD’S WONDERFUL CREATION!
To be stewards of nature is a calling.
How interesting. I agree with your voice regarding the world in which we live. Such beauty and provision for mankind. I try always to remember that it is a gift, one that was not required for our sustenance but out of love.
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You are welcome Marie. Thank you for a lovely and thoughtful comment.
Thank you. You are so kind. 💛❤
You are welcome Sriram. The photos are lovely and your choice of passages so fitting. Take care
Wonderful to see your suggestions, Ivon. I truly enjoy Sriram’s images and messages. My only criticism is that his posts are too few!
I will place your other recommendations, Ivon, of my list list of blogs to visit…
I wish he posted more often, as well. Perhaps the pictures and choice of text are hard to match up and take time to do so well.
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If only we could understand and honour our co-existence with the other animals on earth.
We are each part of the world we share and depend on each other for survival.