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Life Lessons you can learn from Flowers

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A banquet of flowers

Legendary American artist Georgia O’Keeffe once mentioned, “When you take a bunch of flowers in your hand and actually look at it, it’s your world for the minute.” Each and every flower is a soul thriving in nature. In that way, their life lessons are numerous. Neither we nor they can blossom deprive of love and sunshine.

Flowers usually attract us towards their splendour and nature. They give us happiness and amusement even if they are protected with sharp thorns. They convey a sensation of freshness and soften our hearts when we are unhappy and drained. They cleanse our environs and uplift our life when we are feeling sad. Life is a flower of which love is the honey.

We constantly feel empowered by their energy and have repeatedly remained awe-inspired by their attractive, colourful varieties. The curves of the petals and the flawless lines harmoniously encourage us to cultivate beauty in our life and our surroundings. To witness a flower thriving, petal by petal, is actual phenomenon no artist or scientist can replicate.

Life is a flower, increasing joy wherever one treasures it!

Though delicate and fragile, flowers usually succeed in finding a precious place in our hearts. Their gentle, permeating fragrance leaves its stimulus on our everyday life. Flowers make us contented! The greatest thing in the world is to give happiness to others.

When we are the object of a smile on another’s face, we feel pleased.

To be a source of happiness to other folks you have to first find happiness in your own heart, only then you can truly spread joy around you.

Treat everybody similarly and with compassion!

A flower has countless qualities we can learn from. It is blunt, equal, generous and gentle. They blossom in all sorts of natural environments. A flower has an exposed life; it shares its beauty with everybody. It neither knows nor cares what caste or creed stands for, nor does it recognize the distinction among rich and poor.

The beauty a flower holds is by no means concealed so that every person can experience it, see it, feel it, relay to it and most significantly share it. It treats everyone similarly and has no partialities. All can enjoy its beauty and fragrance with no any discrimination.

Love unconditionally!

Flowers are affectionate; they are sweet, so close to us and so loving. Their existence fills us with joy. If we want to wish or congratulate somebody, the first impression of a present which pops up in our mind is a flower bouquet. They make one of the ideal gifts we can give.

Moreover, we really feel loved when an individual offers us flowers as well. Life is a flower that by n means stops flourishing and the importance of flower gifts are individual expressions of our feelings for each other. Flowers generate optimistic changes in people’s moods.

If you’ve ever had a time in your life when you treasured someone unconditionally, you certainly felt enthusiastic and freed, not shattered and oppressed. Why not exercise unconditional love every day, like a flower does!

In spite of the situations, a flower still blossoms!

Flowers have located blooming through little cracks in the rocks on high mountains. Flowers are located thriving through slight clefts in the buildings.

Yes, optimistic environs and suitable nurturing hastens the growth of the flowers, but its lack doesn’t halt the flowers from rising altogether. Life is like a flower and neither can it blossom deprived of love and sunshine!

A Lotus blossoms in dirty water but it is one of the finest flowers overall. So no matter how many ups and downs might be there in life, be like a flower flourishing to the extreme, increasing joy and living life to the full.

In Conclusion: Life is a Flower

Flowers are the happiest things that we come by. Scents of flowers always follow in the direction of wind. Thus constantly count your garden by the flowers, not ever by the leaves that fall. Life is like a flower; both exhibit the same qualities from which we can learn.

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