Lessons that nature has to teach us, translated…
The winter mornings brought the full-bloom of the pansies.
As the flowers stared in the distance where the wind was blowing, it’s, as if I heard their praises:
“Earth, such an interesting place.”
That playful expressions that they’d carried, seemed to be reminding you,
“Go and do something that lifts your heart today, to combat the heavy burdens of your life.”
In the gentle breeze, as the talks between the flowers happened, I’d felt, that that, was the haiku that angels wrote on the earth.
And, I’d recalled the famous words of Martin Luther King:
“Ask not what others had done for you, but what you did for others”.
But, in this gloomy age of time, should there be an extra few words added———
“You must keep on asking yourselves, WHAT, did you do for yourselves constructively?”
If the standards of having a beautiful life is being happy, then, “what constitutes as being constructive”, shouldn’t we be more like those smiling flowers, blooming out our lives with our senses of humor, happily?
The Portuguese poet, Fernando Pessoa stated,
“For everyday you’re unhappy, you’d lost one more day in life! And, if you’re unhappy, you’ve never lived………”
Unhappy, could it be, synonymous with, not making something of today?
Those pansies that nodded on, seemed to agree to this.
and so, on this, lucky morning, I’d, continued hearing them, sharing their wisdoms of how to be happy:
Light up that Spark for the Smiles
Insist on Living Life Optimistically
And Allow the World to be Better, Because of You!
So, this, would be someone’s reflection of life, and this person had, gained such deep understanding of life, by watching a pot of pansies that were planted somewhere, this just shows you, that there are things to be noted, that can become useful to you, everywhere you may be, if you seek it out…