You are blue at morning, red hot at evening,sometimes roar with frightening sounds like a dragon in a dungeon,sometimes be pleasant as if there is no one around….
You are so huge that your cover most of the planet earth, with a lot of species bounded across your limitless boundaries,
You have a depth of several thousand feet which murmurs “once you are in there’s no other way out”.
You’re cruel at many times when you swallow a lot of sailing ships going on your path by your gushing waves making them sink upside down.
You threaten mankind by your cruelty,causing a lot of damage and pretend the next day you don’t know anything, and people name you as tsunami “ The mother of destruction”
You’re nice at sometimes when you let your kids to play on your silky hair building castle all over the place,leaving the footprints behind so that it’s never forgotten and rest all the day until the sun sets down when on a vacation. This is what everyone expects from you than your cruelty.
So sea/ocean be kind to us so you have a lot of visitors in your arena!
“You know, it’s times like these when I realize what a superhero I am.”
Today was the day to sketch one of my favourite character from the series of Avenger.
This guy has inspired me a lot about all the robotic stuffs and the battles against Loki!
Sometimes which makes me feel like I’m the man sent by the heavenly god to save the universe but then realise it’s just a character.
Wish the iron man suit can be invented in future…let the imaginary of virtually true becomes true someday!!
Nature is an integral part of our lives. But even while we appreciate the blessings she bestows on us, we forget that we are plundering her treasures and thereby denying our children the pleasure of enjoying nature in all her abundance and variety in the future. The beauty of nature has been extolled in the works of poets and artists. When Wordsworth describes the daffodils dancing in the breeze or when our eyes alight on a painting by William Turner, our hearts are filled with an indescribable emotion.
If a mere representation can move us so much, imagine the power of the real thing. If you have seen Massachusetts during fall season when the leaves turn yellow, ochre, and red, you can never forget it in your lifetime.
Nature has myriad facets. It keeps changing from season to season, from minute to minute. If the sea was a bright blue in the morning, by noon it has become an emerald green hue. The colors of the sky keep changing throughout the day, from pale pink at dawn to a dazzling blue at mid morning and a bright orange by sunset and purple by twilight. Nature reflects our moods. When the sun shines, we feel happy and hopeful.
When the skies cloud over and the rain falls in torrents, we feel pensive. A balmy moonlit night can awaken the lover in us. Such is the transformative power of nature’s beauty. In the movie, ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, the cannibalistic psychiatrist Hannibal Lector who is in a maximum security prison tells Clarice Starling, the FBI officer, that he wants to be transferred to a facility where he can have a room with a window that looks out on the sky.
Even evil surrenders before the beauty of nature. It has been observed that patients in hospital recover faster if they are in a room with windows that offer a pleasant view. Beyond providing pure pleasure, nature’s beauty can therefore offer therapy for sick minds and bodies. So it is all the more essential that we do our best to preserve it for future generations.
Every time we cut down a tree, every time an oil spill spoils the ocean, let us remember that we are destroying the most precious inheritance of the future and the present mankind.
Let’s join hands to stop destroying mother earth..