“Love is not only a feeling; it s a core nature.”

— Sonal Takalkar, Share via Whatsapp

“I was struck, and not for the first time, by how much easier it is to ruin an ecosystem than to run one.”

— Elizabeth Kolbert, Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future, Share via Whatsapp

“My life is like a singing bird.”

— Christina Rossetti, Share via Whatsapp

“…in the world of mountains, there will always be someone doing something bigger, better, and crazier”

— Christine Reed, Share via Whatsapp

“The singer can easily move us to tears or laughter, but where is he who can excite in us a pure morning joy?”

— David Henry Thoreau, Share via Whatsapp

“Nature should be beside you, not in the fire”

— Steven George Clark, Share via Whatsapp

“Nature seemed to have folded satisfied hands to rest, knowing that her long wintry slumber was coming upon her.”

— Lucy Maud Montgomery, The Golden Road, Share via Whatsapp

“In some places of the world, Water is more precious than oil... so turning sand into soil makes sense.”

— Efrat Cybulkiewicz, Share via Whatsapp

“Watching a monstera leaf unfurl is as spellbinding as watching a queen unfurl her fancy Victorian dress during a curtsy.”

— Khang Kijarro Nguyen, Share via Whatsapp

“The love of wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth, the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only paradise we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need, if only we had the eyes to see.”

— Edward Abbey, Share via Whatsapp

“To become vegetarian is to step towards the stream which leads to nirvana.”

— Siddhārtha Gautama, Share via Whatsapp

“Try to exclude the possibility of suffering which the order of nature and the existence of free-wills involve, and you find that you have excluded life itself.”

— C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain, Share via Whatsapp

“Fire and water looked so lovely together. It was a pity they destroyed each other by nature.”

— R.F. Kuang, The Dragon Republic, Share via Whatsapp

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate. This gives to the typically Christian pleasure in this earth a strange touch of lightness that is almost frivolity. Nature was a solemn mother to the worshipers of Isis and Cybele. Nature was a solemn mother to Wordsworth or to Emerson. But Nature is not solemn to Francis of Assisi or to George Herbert. To St. Francis, Nature is a sister, and even a younger sister: a little, dancing sister, to be laughed at as well as loved.”

— G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy, Share via Whatsapp

“I don’t need your praise to survive. I was here first, before you were here, before you ever planted a garden. And I’ll be here when only the sun and moon are left, and the sea, and the wide field. I will constitute the field.”

— Louise Glück, The Wild Iris, Share via Whatsapp

“When one loses the deep intimate relationship with nature, then temples, mosques and churches become important.”

— Jiddu Krishnamurti, Share via Whatsapp

“Happiness is finding peace with ourselves and ensuring a sound haven for our dreams and, at the same time, acknowledging our nothingness in front of nature s splendor. ( When is Happiness? )”

— Erik Pevernagie, Share via Whatsapp