Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

Via on Dec 2, 2011

Nature’s beauty can be easily missed — but not through Louie Schwartzberg’s lens. His stunning time-lapse photography, accompanied by powerful words from Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast, serves as a meditation on being grateful for every day.

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About Tanya Lee Markul

Yoga Editor, Elephant Journal. I yoga, write, take photos and I investigate existentially. I got a thing for those who have found expression through some form of mastery or artistic fashion, and sincerity. (You set me free I set you). I adore anything that is equally cute and creepy. The most special ingredient you can find, be and put into anything is: yourself. Remember, everything you want, you already have and are. Look within. The more you use it, the more it will grow. For more randomness and love, visit me at Rebelle Lotus and, you don't want to miss the creative rebellion at Rebelle Society. Join us.

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17 Responses to “Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.”

  1. Jill Barth says:

    Thanks Tanya — Lovely. I've posted to elephant green Facebook Page.

  2. heather says:

    that was incredible!

  3. Lynn W. says:

    So moving. I love this! I will watch it often as a reminder of all of the blessings I have to be grateful.

  4. This video needs to go viral. (It's the philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita put to film.)

    Spread the word.

    Posted to my Facebook page, Twitter, StumbleUpon, StumbleUpon.

    Bob W. Editor, Elephant Journal
    Yoga Demystified
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  5. SO BEAUTIFUL and touching! What a great find Tanya! Thank you. xoxoxo

  6. [...] up with a good book and going to the movies and swimming in the ocean and looking at the mountains and dancing & giggling with my daughter Olivia and practicing and teaching yoga and on and on and on, that I get to live. I get to come back to this place that holds all of the sensory pleasures that I so crave. So, where does that leave me? Well, I guess that leaves me having a darn good time continuously manifesting in nature. [...]

  7. [...] is challenging and it keeps you real—and it takes [...]

  8. [...] Gratitude – by Louie Schwartzberg [...]

  9. [...] Soul is nothing more than smelling moist soil on your hands and witnessing the birth of something organic and perfect. [...]

  10. Tanya Lee Markul says:

    Thank you for leaving such beautiful words Lezlee!!

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