Nature Quotes

Today is April 24, 2014, enjoy the quotes.

Leaves are verbs that conjugate the seasons.
- Gretel Ehrlich

Let Nature have her way, she understands her business better than we do.
- Montaigne

Man is a child of nature. He cannot long separate himself from nature without withering as a cut rose in a vase.
- Howard Thurman

Man is nature's sole mistake.
- W. S. Gilbert

Meanings, moods, the whole scale of our inner experience, finds in nature the "correspondences" through which we may know our boundless selves.
- Kathleen Raine

Nature does have manure and she does have roots as well as blossoms, and you can't hate the manure and blame the roots for not being blossoms.
- R. Buckminster Fuller

Nature does not bestow virtue, to be good is an art.
- Seneca

Nature does not bestow virtue; to be good is an art.
- Seneca

Nature does not care whether the hunter slays the beast or the beast the hunter. She will make good compost of them both.
- John Burroughs

Nature has been for me, for as long as I can remember, a source of solace, inspiration, adventure, and delight; a home, a teacher, a companion.
- Lorraine Anderson

Nature has no principles. She…..makes no distinction between good and evil.
- Anatole France

Nature has some perfections to show that she is the image of God, and some defects to show that she is only His image.
- Blaine Pascal

Nature is just enough; but men and women must comprehend and accept her suggestions.
- Antoinette Brown Blackwell

Nature is so made that we do not see our backs, it is reserved for others to see. Hence it is wise to profit by what they see.
- Mohandas Gandhi

Nature is the art of God.
- Sir Thomas Browne

Nature is the common, universal language, understood by all.
- Kathleen Raine

Nature never makes any blunders, when she makes a fool she means it.
- Josh Billings

Nature operates by profusion. Think of the nearly infinite number of seeds that fall to earth, only a fraction of which take root to become trees; of those five thousand or so drones that exist solely to ensure the fertilization of one queen bee; of the millions of sperm competing so fiercely to fertilize one egg.
- Gabriele Lusser Rico

Nature was being thwarted and opposed by perverse and corrupt man.
- Arna Bontemps