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nature, we’ll keep in touch!

after all raining week, we’re having a beautiful sunny weekend at last! i know, i know… — each kind of weather is good and we should appreciate all faces of mother nature… but come on! when it’s warm and brightly, the mother nature is calling us much stronger and louder! that’s why we took our bikes and had a trip to the nearest nature reserve (las łagiewnicki). we did 20 km (i know, for all of you it’s nothing, but it was our first bike trip this year) among trees, grass and water. nothing more is needed. we came back tired but charged by natural energy.

we came from the nature, we are it’s part. actually — we are the nature. that’s why it’s so important to keep in touch with our primeval mother.

i’m affraid of people, who don’t see blade of grass around them. they waste so much… they live in the world of steel and glass — the world of illusions. they sleep.

nature is growing continuously around us. it’s always in move, always in progress. it transforms all the time and it’s energy is passing from thing to thing. we have to be open to this process. we should open our arms widely and take what is being given to us. i think, we shoud stay close to the water especially. our body is made of 60-70% of water. we are the water. it flows gentely, it’s flexible, it dances with the wind. by watching flowing water, we can learn many things about our human nature.

‘knight of disks’ is there to remind us about our body. we should appreciate that we have it. i guess, i have to keep saying it to myself… many things in our live is going to destruct us. it’s taking our attention and time. sometimes we just have to realese, stop, take the deep breath. the best way — keep in touch with mother nature!

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2 responses

  1. Great article, I like all the green things. The green pictures are very beautiful!

    July 14, 2011 at 3:26 am

  2. TJB

    I like your style! I love your constant attention to awareness of the things around us, especially the wonder of nature and ourselves. I came across your blog by accident, but am looking forward to reading more of your posts! -Tom

    July 28, 2011 at 2:42 pm

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