Nature heals and humbles…


There is something peculiar yet satisfying about nature. There are so many things to learn from it; most important being humility and harmony.

The towering mountains, humongous seas and oceans leaves you in awe. You are forced to bow in front of them. I feel awkward and dejected when people talk about “conquering” mountains. It’s actually the mountain that let’s you pass through it, with utter patience and humility. Hadn’t it been benevolent enough, people would never have climbed it and instead faced it’s wrath.

People living in the shelter of nature share a mutual understanding with it. They respect nature’s beauty and in return, nature cocoons them with tenderness.

Everything under nature lives in symbiosis. The first drop of rainfall cheers up the parched soil and quenches its thirst. The limpid glory which rests itself upon the soft glossy bed of a leaf, looks like pearls which embellish the surroundings. It seems that nature heals those who wish to live in it’s fold.

So, when you go out for adventurous trip, do remember to pack with you, humility, trust, low demands and empathy along with raincoats and boots.

You will find your path more easier to walk on and journey would be all the more pleasant.


~Have a good day!!

Prerna @besondersite

28 thoughts on “Nature heals and humbles…

  1. I couldn’t agree any more with you there! It pains me when I see people hiking mountains with a sense of entitlement as if they are doing nature a favour by paying a visit when infact it is the other way round! -_-
    The locals who have been staying there deserve the utmost respect cos not only are they well versed with the topography but are infact letting you into their world and it is only right to be courteous with your hosts πŸ™‚
    Great post! Keep up the good writing!

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  2. A beautiful post and it’s so true. We have forgotten our symbiosis with the world around us and that is such a pity. Nature contains everything we could possibly need if we only look on it and see it for what it is: caring and non-judgemental: where did we lose sight of the important things in life?
    It seems that with modern life the pleasures we used to have in and for the natural world have become lost in the mists of time. Nature will, as it always has, be there for us when we realise our mistakes and return to the fold once more. Thank you for this brilliant piece of writing, Prerna, long may you continue to inspire and enthral us all.

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    1. Thank you so much for this lovely comment! I am too happy to have received this appreciation and attention from your end.
      Yes there is so much to learn from nature. It has always been there for us and I am highly influenced by it 😊
      Thank you for reading and expressing your thoughts as well!

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