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Let’s learn from Nature…

Heliotropism

Sunflowers turn according to the position of the sun. In other words, they “chase the light.” This facing the sun phenomenon is called HELIOTROPISM


You might already know this, but there is another fact that you probably do not know!
Have you ever wondered what happens on cloudy and rainy days when the sun is completely covered by clouds?
Perhaps you think the sunflower withers or turns its head towards the ground. Is this what crossed your mind?
Well, that’s incorrect!


This is what happens…


They turn towards each other to share their energy.
Nature’s perfection is amazing!!!


Isn’t this applicable in today’s context? Many people may become low-spirited, and the most vulnerable ones, sometimes, become depressed.
How about following the example of the beautiful sunflowers i.e. “Supporting and empowering each other”.


Wishing you all a “Sun flower” trait of turning towards each other on their cloudy and gloomy days.
Lets spread goodness…

Always remember the Sunflower

whose face looks towards the Sun.

She drinks His beauty in Her face

and like Him, She becomes

Her glory is like His glory,

Its strong and true and good.

You know She is a source of joy,

Her seed gives life and food

The Special Flower has much to give

Though fragrance She has none,

She teaches us to look within (above)

At God’s own perfect Son…

– L.Gayle

Author:

Am a teacher by profession. A student of History and international politics. Believe that Bhakti (Devotion) and Humanism can only save Humanity. Revere all creation. My thoughts are influenced by His Holiness Pandurang Shashtriji Athavale

21 thoughts on “Let’s learn from Nature…

  1. I call my love as Sunflower ❤

    I learnt so many things from her …❤✨

    I think I should stop otherwise I may end up writing big essay about my sunflower

    Well written bro ✨❤🙌

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