10 Earth Quotes To Inspire You For The Earth Day

Yesterday, Earth Day was celebrated and this year’s campaign is to End Plastic Pollution. In this post, I share my ten favorite quotes about the earth to inspire you in the earth day celebration.

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7 Inspiring Quotes For Spring

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Spring is officially here after the spring equinox of March 21st. And, spring means one thing: flowers, flowers, and flowers. The previous years, many researchers have shown the power of flowers. Both their sight and smell can change our brain chemistry and make us feel more positive. The fresh-cut flowers around the house make us feel less anxiety, and people had more innovative ideas and solutions to problems when flowers were nearby.

For me, spring means more sun, better mood, and endless shooting of blooms and flowers. No matter how many floral close-ups I have in my portfolio, I always find something new, beautiful and intriguing, to photograph that differs from the others.

Today, I gathered my favorite spring quotes for reflection and more inspiration.

I. “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.

― Pablo Neruda

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My 11 Favorite Greek Words And Their Meaning

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One of the things I really love to do is to read and learn new words, even from languages I don’t speak. Words hold the power of their history, their culture, and the way of living and thinking of their people. All we can feel the magic of knowing the right word and the blessing of sharing this knowledge with other people. In this post, I share my eleven favorite Greek words and their meaning. I hope to find them interesting and share your favorite words in the comments.

  • Psyche

(n. < ψυχή) It is the totality of the human mind, conscious and unconscious. The basic meaning of this ancient Greek word was “life” in the sense of “breath”, formed from the verb “ψύχω”, which means to blow. (Source: Wikipedia).

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