~ Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.  ~Albert Camus

: Whether you like spring or fall, remember to take some time to watch all the changes of it. Sometimes Mother Nature may just teach you a lesson you needed!

~ Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all.  ~Stanley Horowitz

: Even if you haven’t taken an art class and have the slightest idea or what an etching or oil painting looks like, you are still human enough to appreciate the world at it’s finest.

~ “Come little leaves” said the Wind one day. “Come to the meadows with me and play. Put on your dresses of red and gold; for summer is past, and the days grow cold.” ~George Cooper

: Time won’t stop or take the time to stand still for you to appreciate the moment, so get out and appreciate life for all it’s worth.

: Just a little side note: This is the saying on the picture to the right.

~ Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn.  ~Elizabeth Lawrence

: Yes, I did just tell you that time won’t stop; but that doesn’t mean you can’t. When you’re having a really crazy day and you think that nothing you do is worth your time and that the ‘to-do’ list you wrote has nothing crossed off yet, go on a walk to a park and sit on a bench. God created the Nature scene just so we can do this. God may be thinking “Why did I create this lovely park close to her home, she never notices it, am I doing something wrong?” The answer is no. He is just like you in thinking the His creation has gone unnoticed to the population of Earth when, in all reality, people just don’t stop to say “Hey, this was definitely worth His time to create. Thanks!”

Kindness Spreads. Patience is Learned.



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