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There is new life in the soil for every man. There is healing in the trees for tired minds and for our overburdened spirits, there is strength in the hills, if only we will lift up our eyes. Remember that nature is your great restorer.

CALVIN COOLIDGE, speech, Jul. 25, 1924

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Troilus and Cressida

By viewing nature, nature's handmaid art,
Makes mighty things from small beginnings grow:
Thus fishes first to shipping did impart,
Their tail the rudder, and their head the prow.

JOHN DRYDEN, Annus Mirabilis

God made the forests, the tiny stars, and the wild winds--and I think that he made them partly as a balance for that kind of civilization that would choke the spirit of joy out of our hearts. He made the great open places for the people who want to be alone with him and talk to him, away from the crowds that kill all reverence. And I think that he is glad at times to have us forget our cares and responsibilities that we may be nearer him--as Jesus was when he crept away into the wilderness to pray.


Nature goes her own way, and all that to us seems an exception is really according to order.

GOETHE, Conversations with Goethe

I must go to Nature disarmed of perspective and stretch myself like a large transparent canvas upon her in the hope that, my submission being perfect, the imprint of a beautiful and useful truth would be taken.

JOHN UPDIKE, The Centaur

Man is Nature's sole mistake.

W.S. GILBERT, Princess Ida

Nature, in her indifference, makes no distinction between good and evil.

ANATOLE FRANCE, The Revolt of the Angels

Nature, with equal mind,
Sees all her sons at play,
Sees man control the wind,
The wind sweep man away.

MATTHEW ARNOLD, Empedocles on Etna

Gie me ae spark o' Nature's fire,
That's a' the learning I desire.

ROBERT BURNS, First Epistle to John Lapraik

When Nature has work to be done, she creates a genius to do it.


Nature is but a name for an effect,
Whose cause is God.


Never, no, never did Nature say one thing and Wisdom say another.

EDMUND BURKE, Letters on a Regicide Peace

There is pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar:
I love not man the less, but Nature more,
From these our interviews, in which I steal
From all I may be, or have been before,
To mingle with the Universe, and feel
What I can ne'er express, yet cannot all conceal.

LORD BYRON, Childe Harold

Nature has no compassion. Nature accepts no excuses and the only punishment it knows is death.

ERIC HOFFER, Reflections on the Human Condition

All Nature wears one universal grin.

HENRY FIELDING, Tom Thumb the Great

Even minor tampering with nature is apt to bring serious consequences, as did the introduction of a single chemical (DDT). Genetic engineering is tampering on a monumental scale, and nature will surely exact a heavy toll for this trespass.


All things are artificial, for nature is the art of God.


Nature admits no lie.

THOMAS CARLYLE, Latter-Day Pamphlets

The volume of Nature is the book of knowledge.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH, Citizen of the World

Nature, hating art and pains,
Baulks and baffles plotting brains;
Casualty and Surprise
Are the apples of her eyes.


Mid-summer ... when the alchemy of Nature transmutes the sylvan landscape to one vivid and almost homogeneous mass of green; when the senses are well-nigh intoxicated with the surging seas of moist verdure and the subtly indefinable odours of the soil and the vegetation. In such surroundings the mind loses its perspective; time and space become trivial and unreal, and echoes of a forgotten prehistoric past beat insistently upon the enthralled consciousness.

H. P. Lovecraft, "The Tomb"

Where a love of natural beauty has been cultivated, all nature becomes a stupendous gallery, as much superior in form and in coloring to the choicest collections of human art, as the heavens are broader and loftier than the Louvre or the Vatican.

HORACE MANN, A Few Thoughts for a Young Man

The world's a scene of changes, and to be
Constant, in Nature were inconstancy.


Nature is a temple where living pillars
Sometimes emit confused words;
There man passes through the forests of symbols
Which observe him with familiar looks.


Nature, always inartistic, takes pleasure in creating the impossible.

JEROME K. JEROME, "Reginald Blake, Financier and Cad"

Look at a tree, a flower, a plant. Let your awareness rest upon it. How still they are, how deeply rooted in Being. Allow nature to teach you stillness.

ECKHART TOLLE, Stillness Speaks

The heart of Nature soothes the heart of man,
If with his heart he looks into her eyes.
A place of leaves, wide air, and sunny skies,
Will soothe him more than even woman can.


The artist labors while he may,
But finds at best too brief the day;
And, tho' his works outlast the time
And nation that they make sublime,
He feels and sees that Nature knows
Nothing of time in what she does,
But has a leisure infinite
Wherein to do her work aright.

HENRY ABBEY, "Along the Nile"

Munificent nature follows the methods of the divine and true, and rounds all things to her perfect law. While nations are convulsed with blood and violence, how quietly the grass grows.

E. H. CHAPIN, Living Words

A wise old mother is Nature--
She guideth her children's feet
In many a flowery pathway;
And her strong life-currents beat,
Sometimes in intricate channels--
As a mountain stream may run--
But ever her purpose triumphs,
And ever the goal is won.
Her eyes are the eyes of Argus,
And she utters her decree:
The brook shall come to the river,
And the river shall reach the sea.


That which distinguishes man from the brute is his power, in dealing with Nature, to milk her laws, and make them give forth their bounty.

HENRY WARD BEECHER, Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit

To every one [Nature] appears in a form of his own. She hides herself in a thousand names and terms, and is always the same.

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE, The Maxims and Reflections of Goethe


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