The Beauty of Mother Earth

A bioluminescent beach in Manasquan, New Jersey

Mother Earth is a beautiful miracle. We must work to protect her and honor her. I do believe that the world is in tatters mostly because we are not living in tune with nature; like listening to our bodies and hearts, we must listen and be in tune with what our nature is telling us. Mother Nature is speaking back now – animal populations are going extinct, humans are experiencing the detrimental impact of climate change, and furthermore, we are on a path of no return sooner than later.

My heart breaks thinking about this reality. I know in my heart that Earth is a place that should be honored and protected. We speak of space travel like going into space is a better alternative. What about caring about Earth? On a more existential plane, perhaps it’s worth considering that Earth was intended to be man’s beginning and end: nothing more and nothing less, because if we want to be honest, Earth is an all-encompassing experience for humans to the delight of our spirits. Whether you are walking through a forest in Austria, exploring the jungle in Brazil, or swimming in a cave in the Bahamas, there is so much to look forward to when humans interact with and are one with nature.

Being part of nature and being on planet Earth is a blessing. There is nothing more and nothing less to expect when we are given the opportunity to be a human on Earth. Please remember that. Please enjoy a few images that show some of the miraculous places that exist on Earth and remember to always be kind to one another: we live once.

Blue marble caves of General Carrera Lake, Chile
Thunderball Grotto, a cave named after a James Bond film in Exuma, Bahamas.
Pink Sand Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas
Turneffe Island Resort, the resort on Turneffe Atoll, Belize, the private island which is speculated to be the exact geographic location where Peter Pan went on his adventures!
Blue Grotto (Grotto Azzurra) of Capri, Italy
Navagio Beach, Greece
Lake Bled, Slovenia
Trails into a forest in Austria

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