Nature is a good teacher….
Nature is a great body/mind stress reducer, and is a great place for walks, hikes and exercises. It is a play ground for young and old, and an outdoor gathering place for families and friends.
Make a decision today and spend an hour a day to get your stress away!
posted by Caroline
October is the month to dig up temporary summer crops — runner beans, root veg such as carrots and beetroot, as well as pumpkins and squashes. Leave vegetables that can be harvested into autumn and winter, such as Brussels sprouts, cabbages and cauliflowers. Pick the last of any summer crop fruits such as raspberries, apples and pears. See full article and more fall gardening tips here
Don’t forget to play! Make 1 hour time for outdoor activities, get your sunny Vitamin D and let the sunshine in your heart and the energy up!
COMBINING SEVERAL KINDS OF FOLIAGE, FLOWER AND
FRUIT WILL BRING A HINT OF NATURE INDOORS
posted by Caroline
A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH ONE STEP.
A TREE GROWS FROM ONE SEEDLING…….
Posted by Caroline
Nature exists just as it is, intimidated by no one. In the world of nature, what is known as spirit is that which is. Creatures do not alter their existence to be other than they are; their spirits remain true.
In nature, the passage of time, like the change of seasons, is endless and forever.
Time is not measured; it just exists. As people, we try to measure everything; we want to calculate or evaluate time, and most definitely, we want to control it.
We could learn many things from nature. One very important truth would be simply to be yourself…..for that is your true spirit. Another valuable lesson is to live for today, to be a part of the changes and processes of now, for it is in experiencing this moment that you will be ready to experience the next.
If you live your life touching the present, you will always be living your life completely.
from the book: Is it Time to Make a Change? by Deanna Beisser