I love this quote. I posted it on my Facebook page some time ago:
“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.” — Buddhist saying
I can just bathe in that quote. I really enjoy it. It’s so savory-sweet, so perfect, so powerful, yet gentle.
Below are a few more leaves in water pics. I took them on a nature walk over the weekend. I’m trying to make nature walks a weekly habit. They somehow piece me back together again, after city life shakes me like a snow globe. Nature makes me feel whole, serene and peaceful. …As long as a wild animal isn’t chasing me, and bugs aren’t trying to penetrate my skin! (*laughing to myself*) I know this now, I know this other side of nature. Now that I’ve been to the country, where nature is free. For real freedom, one has to be fearless. One has to embrace all that is, and work with all that is. This way, it’s to your advantage. No energy is wasted on resisting. All energy is produced and gained through loving, thinking quickly on your feet, and by following your intuitive guides. Isn’t life amazing? The mystery of it all makes it so awesome and wonderful. Why would we waste a minute fighting it instead of loving it?