I love having bright optimistic flowers bursting with life in my dispensary, but I’m a sucker for flowers at any time of the day.
I enjoy looking at the flowers in the morning because they look fresh and they smell good as well. They give back a sense of euphoria that really takes me out of my stagnation, disturbing my busy mundane days. They make life young and full of positivity again.
Flowers are a beautiful touch on every occasion. Despite their unpredictable nature, they will always increase an event’s happiness and beauty; just like the positive energies radiating from flowers that appear on plants.
On a blue-centered planet orbiting a yellow sun, life thrives when green grows everywhere - on trees, in parks, and even inside our homes where a paint scheme inspired by nature has continued as a fashion trend.
New plants find their way into every compartment of my garden these days as I migrate towards greener things; tired desert shrubs are gradually making way for vivid bougainvillea blooms at an alarmingly rapid pace.
To find happiness, is found in those things that link back to the natural world we rely so heavily on sunlight, water, and air. In today's technology-driven world, taking a moment to savor this out-of-doors experience can occasion us new perspectives and clarity.
Although completely connected, plants and flowers are peaceful and beautiful to look at. They’re meant to be savored during lazy days in the springtime while our moods become lighter the sun is shining through the wrinkles in each leaf and our hearts are full of joy.
Animals have always had relationships with plants and flowers. Some species drink unfiltered nectar feverishly daily while others get their natural meat from vegetation that they would consume or one another during mating season.
One possible solution to the air pollution problem would be replacing the use of fossil fuels with plants in order to save the global ozone layer.
Plants produce much of the oxygen in our atmosphere through the process of photosynthesis. During the cycle of photosynthesis, water evaporates from the earth and comes into contact with leaves as we lost 50 billion tons/year. The mention in theory paired with plant fact can give an agreement that crops could provide a means toward a healthier atmosphere and help save nature.
When we think of poetry as surrendering sensual enjoyment with the promise of deeper meaning and understanding, it helps us find pleasure in every day at hand.
Have a great day!