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Posts Tagged ‘Nature’

[1: 1,791 of 10,000] Beauty Is Everywhere And It Comes With A Responsibility

In Article on November 3, 2016 at 5:17 AM

 

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I marvel on how beautiful our mother nature is but after watching “Before The Flood” documentary on top of what I still remember “The Inconvenient Truth,” it is quite alarming how we have to start taking responsibility seriously. The same as our beautiful complex and well-oiled human body, the Earth was equipped with its self-correcting mechanism to keep the balance, but the moment that the unmindful excesses start to play then we are contributing to the problem because it could no longer keep up naturally.

It is a cliche to use these statements… “We have to think about the future generation or possibly our grandchildren in the future. Are we willing to let them inherit a spoiled home?”

We have to search for our conscience and must not pass through this Earth without leaving it as a marvelous  livable home for the future men. Let us help in eliminating pollution, let us be an active participant to a sustainable lifestyle. Men are bright and we got to use our intellect and creativity to a good use.

[1: 1,710 of 10,000] What A Beauty!

In Journal on June 2, 2016 at 9:53 PM

Uluwatu Bali

Whenever I am in the presence of a majestic nature’s beauty, I give in to becoming in total awe and gratefulness. I couldn’t stop saying, “Thank you God.”

Being in privilege to see such beauty makes me think that whenever we feel like being irresponsible to destroy Earth, without proper discipline of littering, or acting greedy to throw harmful things not only to nature but also to fellow human, think of the picture that “it would be better to live in a beautiful world.”

The water and the waves were so vast, it looks endless and magnificent. I enjoyed every moment that the rolling waves hum, feeling the mist of the sea as it hugs the rocks, and the painted colours as it moves like freely dancing infront of everyone to truly adore.

Thank you beautiful for giving me such a lovely feeling that fills my heart with LOVE.

[1: 1,507 of 10,000] Marble’s Magnificence

In Article on June 24, 2015 at 1:09 PM

Marble in India

Do you marvel at marbles?

My sister is obsessed with good marble and it is starting to rub off on me.

Marble is usually in cold temperament, if I feel hot, it feels so good putting my palm on a marble table and absorbing all the coldness it could offer; but when I feel cold, I dare not touch it.

The photo I posted above is marble in its natural state found in India. It’s magnificent, it’s vast, and don’t you find it such a treasure that these stones go on to be recreated into something so fine from making any construction accented in an elevated elegance or go to the hands of a Michelangelo to sculpt a glorious Pieta.

The rich resources are ever present to human and it is in our willingness to be part of the magic that complete the marvelous cycle. It’ll be amazing to be responsible and faithful to our talents! Hey, go on and be awesome!

[1: 933 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss

In Photo on February 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Kiss

I walk in the beach

As I let my feet kiss the sands

And the sun embraced me with its warmth

[1: 886 of 10,000] Jordan Wonders Make Me Think of God

In Photo on January 5, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Jordan is a beautiful country. The breathtaking views leads me to pray and thank God for the gift of keeping me in awe. If He can make such a marvelous sights, how much more a human who can live to live with it. Let the pictures do the talking…

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Jordan 2

Jordan 3

Jordan 4

Jordan 5

The last photo is writing my name on a yellow sand using a red sand. Amazing huh! Thank you Lord ♥

 

[1: 683 of 10,000] In Its Natural Habitat

In Journal on July 14, 2012 at 8:11 PM

I wanted to visit Dubai Atlantis and play with the dolphins, that’s was last year, but after watching a documentary about animals being depressed for being apart from their family and natural habitat, I thought it’s the end of dreaming.

Now, I want to enroll for scuba diving and head to the big happy blue sea and play with the dolphins in their natural habitat.

 

[1: 678 of 10,000] Running Through My Head

In Journal on July 10, 2012 at 8:53 PM

I was watching the documentary An Inconvenient Truth and the facts presented by Al Gore are quite alarming. If we don’t do anything to be responsible on what we do now, the upcoming years will deliver inconvenient side effects that could end up to human race’s death and oh by that time no one will be inconvenient anymore because no one will be there.

It was startling to see the comparison of the receding glaciers from different countries over the years. Is the lost could trigger a new lifestyle like I was able to move on without dinosaurs so what about no glaciers? But the presentation doesn’t explain it that way, we needed the glaciers.

Now that we know a problem exists, shall we act on it?

[1: 645 of 10,000] A Trip in Isabela, Philippines

In Photo on June 3, 2012 at 11:39 PM

Being in a dessert country for years I forgot how Isabela, Philippines looked like –

Oh yeah, luscious green without trying so hard. It left me in awe, appreciative with the natural resources, and I am very thankful to God for the beautiful scenery.

This is my take too on WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer, since I’ve taken it on May 20th, quite Summery in the Philippines.

[1: 497 of 10,000] Blooming Magic

In Photo on January 4, 2012 at 11:32 PM

We got closed lilies for New Year’s Eve and today it bloomed beautifully like a delicate White Swan.

Before the big surprise purchased on December 31, 2011.

In full bloom today, January 4, 2012.