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There is nothing as uplifting as listening to the rustle of a freshly leafed TREE, in watching a bumblebee flirting with a flower. To be revitalized in body and spirit one should wander through a park, or walk by a river, or view an ocean, or climb a mountain. These are important psychologically for healing and for creativity. The healing powers of NATURE can be sometimes more powerful than medicine.


Neurologist Oliver Sachs said that in his 40 years of medical practice he had found only two types of non-medicinal therapy helpful to his patients; music and NATURE. Herman Hesse said; “TREES represent themselves, according to their laws. Nothing is holier, nothing is more praiseworthy than a beautiful, strong TREE.”


Each tree is unique to each other. They are basically acting as a separate individual. THEY STAY TRUE TO THEMSELVES, BUT THEY ASSIST ALL IN NATURE. They ASSIST birds and animals by providing shelter. They ASSIST all by providing food. With all this ASSISTING they do not lose their INDIVIDUALITY. WE MUST ASSIST OTHERS AND TAKE A LESSON FROM THE TREE.


So, yes BE TRUE TO YOURSELF and you will be TRUE to everyone. We have to be HONEST and TRUE to ourselves before we can be HONEST and TRUE to everyone else. Be as the TREE, be as NATURE and we will always find LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, RESPECT and GRATITUDE. This is why when we experience NATURE we smile and appreciate the HONESTY. NATURE IS REALITY, AND REALITY IS TRUTH. There is VALUE IN BEING MORE LIKE NATURE.



Categories: PERSPECTIVES Philosophical Perspective

ron winnegrad

Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.

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