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    Warren Cassell Jr
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    Mother nature teaches us a lot. What have you learned from animals and plants?

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    Lori Deschene
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    I’ve learned to analyze less and let myself be more. Trees and animals don’t think about what they “should” be–they just are! They do what comes naturally because they don’t have the awareness of any of other option.

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    Loran Hills
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    I learned about the ebb and flow of life through nature’s seasons. My spirituality is based in the lessons I’ve learned from nature, the earth, the moon, the stars. I love it all.

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    Caryn
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    When I was younger I used to think I was such a city girl. But when we went on our romps to Oregon, Washington , B.C. And beyond. I found peace. New Zealand outback or swimming in Fiji. Balance is so beautiful. My body likes nature more. My back hurts so much crammed into this falsehood I live in. Nature is expression.

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    Bob
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    A nice long walk in the woods, finding a lost bubbling brook or taking a nap under the canopy of large oak trees is my kind of personal discovery. Watching television channels that deal with the wonders of nature, creations of God and animals actually bores me to maddness. I need to smell it, feel it textures with my fingers and listen to its serenitty all around me. Nature has several laws that make it what it is, one of them is balance. Too much of anything in nature can destroy or kill it off completely; the cycle of change and the unity of all life is essential for all of it to survive or flourish. The worst enemy to nature and all of its majestic wonders to be discovered is man himself and his greed. Consider the bee who carries pollen from one plant to another, this simple but momumential task is slowly being exterminated. Our entire food resource is in jeopardy and then what will we eat for food?

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