I know no subject more elevating, more amazing, more ready to the poetical enthusiasm, the philosophical reflection, and the moral sentiment than the works of nature. Where can we meet such variety...
Via Sharla Shults
Throughout life we encounter experiences that bring on tears of happiness but all too often those tears are tears of sorrow. While catnipoflife strives to share thoughts of inspiration on life̵...
Via Sharla Shults
Awakenings and her sister site, catnipoflife, are both conscientious about life's connections to the past and those subtle appearances that expose nature as a diamond in the rough. There is so much raw beauty surrounding us on a daily basis that too often goes completely unnoticed. Take something as simple as the mere acorn. . . what impact does it have on the past, present or even the future?
Believe it or not, acorns are quite a controversial subject around here. Everyone believes absolutely that huge acorns predict a heavy winter. Of course, since most of our winters are pretty bad, you have a good chance of being right regardless, but this is an article from the Audubon society in which they take on the divisive issue or the season: What do those huge acorns really mean?
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