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51 Best Quotes About Nature

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Best Quotes About Nature
Best Quotes About Nature

Need some of the best nature quotes? Check out the collection of 51 best nature quotes.

Nature and our Earth is a very beautiful thing. It provides everything we'd like to measure including air, food, and shelter. within the spirit of being grateful and reciprocal towards nature, here are the best quotes about nature to assist inspire your day.

1. “Poor, dear, silly Spring, preparing her annual surprise!”  — Wallace Stevens

2. “Nothing makes me so happy as to observe nature and to paint what I see.”  — Henri Rousseau

3. “You can't just let nature run wild.”  — Walt Disney

4. “Words, like nature, half reveal and half conceal the soul within.”  — Alfred Lord Tennyson

5. “That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees.”  — Marcus Aurelius

6. “The fairest thing in nature, a flower, still has its roots in earth and manure.”  — D. H. Lawrence

7. “And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything.”  — William Shakespeare

8. “With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you're connected to the sea. No matter where on Earth you live. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is generated by the sea.”  — Sylvia Earle

9. “May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.”  — Edward Abbey

10. “I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree.”  — Joyce Kilmer

11. “All nature wears one universal grin.”  — Henry Fielding

12. “On the highest throne in the world, we still sit only on our own bottom.”  — Michel de Montaigne

13. “Nothing is more memorable than a smell. One scent can be unexpected, momentary and fleeting, yet conjure up a childhood summer beside a lake in the mountains.”  — Diane Ackerman

14. “Rain is grace; rain is the sky descending to the earth; without rain, there would be no life.”  — John Updike

15. “Swans sing before they die - 'twere no bad thing should certain persons die before they sing.”  — Samuel Taylor Coleridge

16. “What is the good of your stars and trees, your sunrise and the wind, if they do not enter into our daily lives?”  — E. M. Forster

17. “Nature never deceives us; it is we who deceive ourselves.”  — Jean-Jacques Rousseau

18. “There is the sky, which is all men's together.”  — Euripides

19. “The ground we walk on, the plants and creatures, the clouds above constantly dissolving into new formations - each gift of nature possessing its own radiant energy, bound together by cosmic harmony.”  — Ruth Bernhard

20. “Nature hasn't gone anywhere. It is all around us, all the planets, galaxies, and so on. We are nothing in comparison.”  — Bjork

21. “To the artist there is never anything ugly in nature.”  — Auguste Rodin

22. “Pick a flower on Earth and you move the farthest star.”  — Paul Dirac

23. “One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.”  — Dale Carnegie

24. “To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.”  — George Santayana

25. “Nature, like man, sometimes weeps from gladness.”  — Benjamin Disraeli

26. “The violets in the mountains have broken the rocks.”  — Tennessee Williams

27. “A hen is only an egg's way of making another egg.”  — Samuel Butler

28. “One could not pluck a flower without troubling a star.”  — Loren Eiseley

29. “Though pleased to see the dolphins play, I mind my compass and my way.”  — Matthew Green

30. “The happiness of the bee and the dolphin is to exist. For man it is to know that and to wonder at it.”  — Jacques Yves Cousteau

31. “There are always flowers for those who want to see them.”  — Henri Matisse

32. “Don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while.”  — Kin Hubbard

33. “My boy, one small breeze doesn't make a wind storm.”  — John McGraw

34. “Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.”  — Edward Abbey

35. “People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us.”  — Iris Murdoch

36. “Nature is the art of God.”  — Dante Alighieri

37. “Mother Nature is always speaking. She speaks in a language understood within the peaceful mind of the sincere observer. Leopards, cobras, monkeys, rivers and trees; they all served as my teachers when I lived as a wanderer in the Himalayan foothills.”  — Radhanath Swami

38. “It is not light that we need, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake.”  — Frederick Douglass

39. “Trees are the earth's endless effort to speak to the listening heaven.”  — Rabindranath Tagore

40. “Nature uses human imagination to lift her work of creation to even higher levels.”  — Luigi Pirandello

41. “To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its renewal is our only legitimate hope of survival.”  — Wendell Berry

42. “Let a hundred flowers bloom, let a hundred schools of thought contend.”  — Mao Zedong

43. “Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light.”  — Theodore Roethke

44. “For myself I hold no preferences among flowers, so long as they are wild, free, spontaneous. Bricks to all greenhouses! Black thumb and cutworm to the potted plant!”  — Edward Abbey

45. “Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under trees on a summer's day, listening to the murmur of the water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time.”  — John Lubbock

46. “Forests, lakes, and rivers, clouds and winds, stars and flowers, stupendous glaciers and crystal snowflakes - every form of animate or inanimate existence, leaves its impress upon the soul of man.”  — Orison Swett Marden

47. “But more wonderful than the lore of old men and the lore of books is the secret lore of ocean.”  — H. P. Lovecraft

48. “I am not bound for any public place, but for ground of my own where I have planted vines and orchard trees, and in the heat of the day climbed up into the healing shadow of the woods.”  — Wendell Berry

49. “Man has lost the capacity to foresee and to forestall. He will end by destroying the earth.”  — Albert Schweitzer

50. “All things are artificial, for nature is the art of God.”  — Thomas Browne

51. “Eagles commonly fly alone. They are crows, daws, and starlings that flock together.”  — John Webster