Monday, March 9, 2009

Winter Out, Spring In

“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.” - Robert H. Schuller quotes (American Reformed Church Minister, Entrepreneur and Author)







27 comments:

अविनाश said...

beautiful shots

Jeevan said...

how true the words are! nice flowers :)

Anupama K. Mazumder said...

Very inspiring. Lifts your spirits right away!

Plamena Markova said...

make me happy with this post :)

Oana Boncu said...

Beautiful picture. And the words are well chosen for this images.
Have a nice day!

Wahokia said...

Reminds me of Robert Frost's last poem, written two week before he died. His and Shuler's thoughts are two sides of the same coin:

In winter in the woods alone
Against the trees I go
I mark a maple for my own
And lay the maple low.

At four o'clock I shoulder axe
And in the afterglow
I link a line of shadowy tracks
Across the tinted snow

I see for nature no defeat
In one tree's overthrow
Or for myself in my retreat
For yet another blow.

R. Ramesh said...

Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come- deepak, u made my day bosss..this made very good reading..

ARIPI DE FLUTURE said...

i love the color, it is a beautiful orange. wish you a beautiful spring

Kadri said...

Really beautiful flowers there =)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Wonderful photographs. Are these what we Gujaratis call Kesudo? If yes, these flowers are used to make colors.

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tantra flower said...

What wonderful gems of wisdom and lovely photographs. I'm always so happy when I come here. Namaste, dear friend.

b.c. said...

I hope you have a wonderful spring!

Cathy said...

wonderful images of Spring =)

Joy said...

Such lovely colours!

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JM said...

This is so gorgeous! I'm sure we don't have it around here.
Glad you enjoyed 'my' Indian scenes on the travel blog! :-)

Prachi Pandey said...

happy holi

अविनाश said...

wishin u & ur family a very happy holi

Per Stromsjo said...

...and don't send an angry e-mail immediately... go home and sleep on it first.

Indrani said...

Thanks for the quote and beautiful shots all.

get zapped said...

Great advice! Love the patterns created by the tree. I'm happy Spring has sprung somewhere :)

Devika said...

Lovely photos and great quote, Deepak

I am against cutting a tree anytime of the year...
But, patience -- I have my limits with it! :)

Storm is fine, so is spring :)

wishes,
devika

Onkar said...

Great quote and wonderful pictures.

Zyem Ahmedarino said...

wow! they're beautiful!!
wish you a nice spring!

Silly Girl said...

I love the color... :) and waited so long for the spring to come...

tr3nta said...

at last... :-)

Jackie said...

Oh how beautiful! I love that deep orange colour, you're so lucky to live somewhere so colourful!

VannJente said...

Nature is so beautiful, and you capture it well!

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