The Leaves and Oneness
(Thanks Colette Brownell for posting this!)
Nature is impersonal, awe-inspiring, elegant, eternal. It’s geometrically perfect. It’s tiny and gigantic. You can travel far to be in a beautiful natural setting, or you can observe it in your backyard – or, in my case, in the trees lining New York City sidewalks, or in the clouds above skyscrapers.
Gretchen Rubin Wiki
from Earths Wonders
A spectacular starling murmuration in Wales…
Video © Cat Peters
The Ardennes Draft Horse is considered one of the oldest breeds of draft horse, and is believed to be a direct descendent of the prehistoric ‘Solutre Horse.
TCV and Nature
Ashley DAvidoff MD
Copyright The Common Vein 2014
“Nature teaches many lessons”
Gain a perspective – a place from which to look at nature, learn to look, and you will stand in awe.
The parts that make the whole…the bonds that bring the parts together to make the whole….the whole that has a new energy but also a new yearning for wholeness.
Parts in nature include the cells, tissues, flowers leaves trunks, and roots.
The stems are the bonds of the flowers to their roots while the branches and trunks of the tree give the leaves access to the air above and the roots below, and in so doing connect them through the earth with the flower.
When you walk in the peace and silence of the forest you can sense the feeling of Oneness.
Nature and The Common Vein
Units, bonds and driving forces in the context of space and time are part of nature and the world around us.
Nature and the earth is in us and all around us. The heavens with the clouds and rain are coneccted to the oceans and the rivers, which connect to the fruits of the earth through the trees and flowers, which are connected to each other via the roots in the earth.
Units bonds and driving force for wholeness