“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
Hey loves, Welcome back to Joi’s Journey of Perception,
I wanted to do a post about nature, since I’m always outside. I really hope you enjoy it. These are lessons we can all learn.
Butterflies with the wind not against it
According to Scientists, “They have found that the lightweight insects use a range of flying styles to combat the challenges of staying airborne on windy days”. I think about this for humans. We should be like butterflies and go with the wind in life. There are ups and downs but go with the flow. I constantly like to control as much as I can, but life has taught me that that is not realistic.
“If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.”
Trees help each other to ward off predators
This world is full of others bringing each other down. We should be like others and help life each other up against evil.
Male mallards are extremely aggressive during the breeding season, to put it mildly. So aggressive that they’ll readily breed with other species, resulting in some really wild-looking hybrids.
Anger does not get you anywhere in life except left to deal with what the anger created.
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Without sunlight and water, plants will die.
THEY HAVE A HISTORY OF HEALING.
Sunflowers have a history of soothing people and helping those with illnesses.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.” –Steve Jobs
Have patience when it comes to things you really want. Like lions chasing their prey or caterpillars waiting to become a butterfly
“If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.” –Eleanor Roosevelt
Like whales, we should explore the world. Go see and experience new things. DO it with friends if possible.
I stay learning things from nature.
I honestly do not realize these lessons until I sit alone and think. That’s the power of reflection. What is a lesson that you can relate to nature? Let me know in the comments!