Gardening is a way to celebrate the Earth Day all year round
Gardening evokes us for co-creation of Nature
Gardening is a tool for wonderful and creative people to live in a harmony with Earth
Dr. A. Palatronis
Gardening is one of the many ways to stay in touch with the Earth.
Gardening is one of the exiting and prolonged connection with Nature: once you started a plant from a seed – then the soil, watering, sun and shadow, the wind flow, insects and birds around, fresh air, leafs and roots, neighborhood… many things start to be important and worth of attention.
Gardening is a way to celebrate the Earth Day all year round, to nourish and take care of Nature, a great feeling of being a part of it.
Gardening is a great way to feel great all year round. Honestly, I have never met a sulky farmer:))
Gardening is a way to plant a tree. Trees provide oxygen to the majority of living creatures on the Earth, clean the air, and help combat climate changes
Gardening educates adults and children, brings the understanding of the importance and values of Planet’s natural resources
Gardening puts our hands into a soil, a matter of deepest connection with our essence
Gardening is peaceful and made of LOVE
Gardening makes us wiser and gives a hope, a hope to see the flowers and fruits. With a practice by observation, watering, nourishing, just relaxing together with Nature, a hope transforms into a knowledge and self-confidence
Gardening is Nature at home. It tells us never give up and just grow, whatever is anywhere
Gardening keeps us together, keeps us in a good mood, keeps us well and wealthy:)
Many thanks to all who made it possible for this post to be so beautiful and full of flowers!
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Being a servant of Mother Nature, but not of other human beings.
Before all this COVID started officially in our country, I was in Nature. I was in Nature to rest there and feel the joy of being its part. And got absolute satisfaction for all long day after. So, what did I do there? The same what is already usual for me, the same – I was collecting the garbage from Nature’s folds.
It was quite cold there, and my fingers, gathering tiny shreds of plastic from water were swollen and painful. It was not of worries for me, I was seeking my goal.
Some plastics, garbage were newly left in Nature, but lots of it were there for years and already started to integrate into the soil or dissolving microparticles in natural water pools – a small lake.
One could say: “That’s great! You see, plastic is decomposing!” But, we should understand that decomposition of plastic elements to soil or water is a toxic process.
Reverence is also a powerful physical exercise, connecting lower and upper body parts by enhanced lungs’ ventilation and blood flow.
Guys, I would say with a smile, but the best sport in Nature is collecting garbage! Physical and mental satisfaction are guaranteed!
First time I started to collect OUR (humans’) garbage from Nature in 2014, I guess. In my living region this kind if activity was not well-known, and by myself, I only read on internet that it is possible, but never saw anyone doing that. In people eyes, who were passing by with their dogs, was a confusion – “What does that homeless do?” Is she homeless?… That time I dragged away to the nearest container around 7-10 kg of garbage in each hand. I was so exited! And so well-feeling physically, as after super sports.