I Find Answers In Nature

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    I Find Answers In Nature

     I find everything in nature.  I find myself in nature.  It's just a huge part of who I am as a person. I have this connection to nature and through it I feel like I can be anything.   There is a special feeling being by yourself with mother nature.  A...
    bruin101 bruin101
    18-21, M
    1 Response Sep 25, 2009


    Here in my part of the world, spring is taking her sweet time getting dressed.  I feel a slight twang of impatience each time I view a horizon filled with nude trees and barely a sign of a bud.  Yet, with each passing day, I hear her soft loving voice speaking to me...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    5 Responses Apr 15, 2009


    my there are so many answers out there in nature if you sit and just watch and be really quiet there will be all kinds of answers answered. It is awesome!!!
    silvercoins4 silvercoins4
    70+, F
    6 Responses Jun 14, 2008

    I would look up at the moon

    and talk to her and ask her for answers. She knows what my heart knows, and make it cLear for me.
    Lavenderbeanblessedbabe Lavenderbeanblessedbabe
    31-35, F
    Aug 3, 2015

    Mockingbird Summer

      A single male mockingbird returns to this area each summer. Throughout the most oppressive heat, he sings in the inky darkness of the wee morning hours. All alone, on the top most branch of the Live Oak tree, he publicly spills the secrets of his soul. Night after night...
    Koiponder Koiponder
    46-50, F
    5 Responses Aug 13, 2009

    I Just Look Around

    Nature always seems to have the best answers. Maybe it's the universal intelligence build into everything  that reviels itself at the exact right time. Changes of season, rebirth,  ecological succession, the abundance of everything that is avilable to us, all...
    trailguide trailguide
    36-40, F
    51 Responses Jun 3, 2008


    I love to just sit on a stump or in the grass and stare around at all the wonders. Watch the busy bugs move around or notice where how and why certain things grow. It's all very amazing.
    StressRelief4Me StressRelief4Me
    26-30, M
    Jul 8, 2010

    Summer's Arrival

    Spring reminds one of a long, drawn out romantic courtship.  At first eyes meet across a crowded room, then dart away in shyness.  Distance is closed, seemingly by chance.  Followed by a knowing smile, a wink, a blush.  Then doubt ...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    10 Responses Jun 6, 2008

    To Recharge

    Have you ever just needed to be outdoors? I have the urge frequently. I just have to be surrounded by nature and all its glory. When I am upset I prefer to be out in the rain or cold. Something about it is soothing for me. Sometimes I just sit outside and stare at the sky, the...
    amsthegreat amsthegreat
    22-25, F
    6 Responses Sep 28, 2010

    Nature Heals

     Nature has always played an important role in my life. My first word was tree as I walked down a dirt road with my mother early in life. That is not however what this story is about. Over this summer I had a major break-up. After dating the first man that I actually felt...
    mskier01 mskier01
    22-25, F
    5 Responses Aug 14, 2008

    Book Of Love

    Ambitous con till 2005 when my battle with the S & m community began...Now each word that I say, write or think is done so with honest precison.I am a female Mistressl Dominatrix, yes... searching for submissives to train as Dominants or masochists.My story includes GEO spatial...
    climaxenhancer climaxenhancer
    31-35, F
    Apr 20, 2011

    I Miss....

    I miss the grass   I miss the trees   This concrete world is too much for me.
    LuxMentis LuxMentis
    6 Responses Aug 23, 2009

    I think that we humans belong in nature,

    and where we belong, we will fond our anwsers.
    deleted deleted
    Dec 16, 2014

    Lessons from the IS that is NOW.

    The Blue Heron fledgling came to my yard as a riddle and has stayed in my yard as a mystic. Sitting in reverence with his soft presence, he has shared with me these timeless sage truths."We all step in both worlds. Watch closely and listen carefully. Stand still and be patient...
    Freestanding Freestanding
    56-60, F
    2 Responses Jul 17, 2014


    I have some land out in southwest Texas with a cabin, a river, a waterfall, and trees that are a thousand years old. Its a place to escape from everything and everyone. My brothers and I will plan trips out there with select good friends, a few hand fulls of mushrooms and a...
    dann042O dann042O
    22-25, M
    Feb 4, 2013

    Fire It Up!

    Wow! Zeus seems to have acquired a new leaf blower and is trying it out on my landscape. You should see how far these leaves can fly. I've been pondering how raking will interfere with College Football Saturday. If he keeps this up (and blows them in the correct direction), I...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    3 Responses Oct 26, 2010

    I Am a Great Believer In Na...

    I am a great believer in nature and what she has to offer us. So many plants and herbs can cure sickness and ailments. As human's, we are still learning from nature. I would rather a natural remedy any day, to a man-made one. I think we still have a long way...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Aug 5, 2008

    Another $100 Traffic Ticket

    a few months ago i received a $200 speeding ticket in the mail. to say i was bummed is an understatement. I went to the website and sure enough there was a video of me driving 30 in a 20 school zone at 10:45am. When the lights arent flashing its a 35 zone but everyone knows that...
    amy7711 amy7711
    41-45, F
    Mar 31, 2012

    A flock of birds flew overhead

    and passed from right above where I was standing. "Do they ever wonder where they are heading? Or if it's right or wrong to head that way? Or why even are they flying in the first place?" "No, dude, they don't think, they just fly." "Exactly, they just fly." Moral: Just fly...
    DropsOfRain DropsOfRain
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Mar 7, 2016

    Which Animal Gene Do You Have?

    Dog, cat, horse, bird, or fish?
    LadyGagoo LadyGagoo
    41-45, F
    Sep 26, 2009

    They Say God Is In the Smal...

    They say God is in the small things. I believe it is so. He gives us signs all the time, you just gotta know where to look. Look around you, pay attention.
    numisiro numisiro
    36-40, M
    3 Responses Aug 5, 2008

    Appearances Can Be Deceiving

    Just south of our house is a very large, mature black cherry tree.  The main trunk splits into two trunks about a foot off the ground.  With the exception of a couple of dead branches, it seems to be a normal, healthy, majestic tree.   Two days ago, some time in...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    3 Responses May 15, 2009

    Patience And The Cold

    The cold arrived here a couple of weeks ago in dramatic fashion.  It blew in on a vicious northwest wind that made the big lake boil in fury, and the residents along the shore shudder in respect for its power.  When the front finally passed through and the...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    8 Responses Oct 12, 2009


    Nature... Just open our eyes, not only physical ones, but heart and Soul eyes.... Open them to the splendor all around us.... And thanks to the great Designer !
    juliegirlie juliegirlie
    41-45, M
    2 Responses Apr 1, 2012

    A Gentle Reminder...

    Whenever I'm in nature, it like a gentle nudge, telling me to stop stressing about the small insignificant things and just enjoy the moment. I'm reminded of the beauty in the world around me and find myself grateful for being here to witness it. :)
    vinividivici21 vinividivici21
    22-25, F
    4 Responses Jul 31, 2008

    Emerson Quote

    "Every natural fact is a symbol of some spiritual fact." --Ralph Waldo Emerson
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Apr 2, 2010

    Trailguide! Datura! Help!

    Actually, I find questions in nature and get answers from wise and knowledgeable ones like yourselves.  There is a very exotic looking plant that grows around here.  It is very very hearty, and has magenta colored stems with deep purple berries that hang like grapes...
    juan1966 juan1966
    46-50, M
    6 Responses Oct 1, 2008

    Danaus Plexippus

    We came across them in the driveway, two Monarchs locked in battle. Stop, I said, there on the ground, don’t hit them. Butterflies. Is there any creature more symbolic? More romantic? More hopeful? No. The colors against the gray of the pavement were so stark, so stunning. How...
    Quintesse Quintesse
    51-55, F
    13 Responses May 27, 2013

    My Own Voice

    It is more that once I can absolve the distractions from my life that I can finally start thinking things through rationally as opposed to rashly. Sitting somewhere quiet, looking out at nature- I start to think of how beautiful but simple it all is and applying that as a...
    deleted deleted
    Aug 4, 2008
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