Nature is beautiful. Stormy or calm, she always find balance again, just as the seasons change so do you. Every step of the way you are precisely where you are supposed to be and are beautiful exactly as you are.
When you look at someone and think they are anything other than beautiful, you are not seeing them for who they really are, for the experiences they have had that have shaped their outlooks and beliefs, for the trials they have overcome, for the feelings they have endured, for the pain they carry, for the triumphs they’ve had, the failures they have learned from, for the lessons they have gained, for the soul that lives inside. When you fail to see beauty in someone else, you are failing to see it in yourself. People may reflect your own fears and misconceptions. When you are willing to look beyond appearances and to summon the divine in yourself, you will see the divine in others.
Nature is divine as is each of us. Just as nature has its seasons, so do we. In some seasons we are more vibrant than others, sometimes dark and gloomy, other times peaceful and light. Each season has its place and helps us evolve and find balance again. Look at someone through the eyes of wisdom that allow you to recognize the seasons of life. Each of us is evolving in our own sacred way. We all experience times of abundance and times of scarcity regardless of age, experience and wisdom.
Just as there is nothing wrong with nature, there is nothing wrong with you or I. Nature will shed tears from the heavens above, her winds will rage, her sun will parch the land, her oceans will rise and fall with the moon, she always find her way back to center just as each of us will find our own. We are all beautiful regardless of the seasons of our lives.
Celebrate your beauty and the beauty in everything and everyone. We are all part of nature. She is not separate from us. We are nature. We are all beautiful; you and I, exactly as we are.
“When we say we are disconnected from nature,
we are really saying we are disconnected from ourselves.”