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"Forget not the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair."
--Khalid Gibran

Countless authors, poets, scientists, and discoverers have tried to unwrap the facts about nature, yet even after your mongoose advancement, no one ever good picturize the nature. contribution to the vast enigmatic concept of nature let me define it in terms of transition and transforming of hues and changing moods and emotions.

Wake up!! Open the window, the cold Breeze slowly rubs our cheeks and plays through our hair and the sunbeam over the first sip of tea or coffee is indeed bliss. The increasing brightness of the sun changes the crimson color of the dawn and energizes us to start a fresh working day, the calm bluish tone of the sky as if suggesting you take decisions thoughtfully.

The extremely warm afternoon is meant to challenge our patience, just like the extreme burdens and stress of life but 'don't give up the evening is close. 

We hear the birds chirping, and the vehicles honking again, exhausted and tired... its time to return somewhere peaceful maybe your home.

The ebbing of the sun depressingly clicking is a fact, still, there are a lot of unsolved things. Can you see the incomplete tasks? All motivations of the day vanishing ??

SCREAM !! SCREAM to the night sky... It's vast, it's deep, and the universe is listening to your pangs. The twinkling silver stars and celestial bodies, the mesmerizing constellation are whispering something into your ears in the silent dark Black night.

Seasons are miracles from blooming flowers to dulling roots, from creating a Kaleidoscopic experience and wiping out negative bizarre memories.

Yoko Ono said, "Spring passes and one remembers one's innocence, summer passes and one remembers one's exuberance, autumn passes and one remembers one's reverence, winter passes and one remembers one's perseverance".

Spring is indeed a Happy season with colorful flowers and full butterflies and migrating birds. Nature paintings itself artistically the rivers are calm and flowing without stopping, and beauty is unbound.

Thunder, lightning, and black clouds... Getting wet in the monsoon rain has the power to ebullience us. The greens dance to the tip-tapping of the rain. The beauty of the forest-covered areas richest speak. The animals are too enjoying, 'Chatak', a bird that waited so long for the first drop of the rain the frogs a croaking and playing romantically, The birds are enjoying family time at the next. The marine life is responding ecstatically to the fresh drops.

The scorching heat of the summer acts like gilded gold to the rice fields. Watch out the sunflower is still facing the sun and smiling with satisfaction, the clear sky and the calm afternoon are something incredible.

"The snow glows white on the mountain tonight"

"The wind is howling like this swelling storm inside"

The cold, breezy winter has arrived. Nature feels peaceful in white, tries to resolve the evil effect of 'global warming', and covers the mountain peaks with snow. The bold mountains stand magnificently.

The leaves are shading off but trees are standing straight, with the hope of new greenery again. The beautiful clouds are forming different shapes and playing among themselves. Sometimes they are enjoying hide and seek with the moon too. Yes! It's autumn.

Look straight and eyes of nature. To be more practical, our looks and shapes a based on how nature decided. So as per anthropology nature is the artist who gave us the shapes. For example, The behavior on the looks of the mountaineers are quite different from those of plains and coastal regions.

Clothes, fuel, and housing are all gifts of nature. Creating new civilizations and destroying the same are works of omnipotent nature. 

Are you adventurous or want to light up your mood?

Just visit different natural terrains and tourist spots sea beaches, forests, mountains, plateaus, plains, or deserts.

Where would be any earnings without nature? What would one eat if not natural? Does nature has covered us all and arranged everything just perfectly as we can think of?

The indomitable spirit of nature cannot be caged in mere words. "Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better."

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