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N is for...Nature

Heritage Village Resort in Manesar, India

In earlier times, doctors used to advise a 'change of air' to make patients feel better. I am a true believer in the healing power of nature. Being amidst the beauty of nature, you can feel every part of your body respond positively. From the eyes, to the lungs, to the mind. This photo was taken from our weekend retreat in Manesar, India, earlier this year. It was a wonderful break from everything. I love a lot about Dubai, but what I miss most about being back home is the proximity to nature in it's most beautiful forms. Only a few hours of driving separates us from chilly mountains, lovely plains, and placid lakes. India hosts an amazing diversity in nature.

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Stephanie Robinson said...

How spooky that your post follows mine in the Linky this week as we had our honeymoon in India, it is one of the most beautiful and colourful places we've been too - we really should go back :)

Kirsty Phillipson-Lowe said...

Nature is a word I love, nature is so beautiful x #AlphabetPhoto

Tarana said...

That is interesting indeed!

Little Steps said...

I definitely agree that nature indeed heals! When I'm feeling down, a walk outside, especially in the woods lifts my spirit :) #alphabetphoto.

sustainablemum said...

Nature is a healer and so many other things too. I cannot get enough of it sometimes :)

Sara (@mumturnedmom) said...

I completely agree that getting out for a 'change of air' is often just what's needed. Gorgeous photo x #alphabetphoto

Elizabeth said...

I agree too that nature is a remarkable healer. Just standing gazing at trees can be very restorative. #alphabetphoto

over40andamumtoone said...

Yes, it's what I love about this country so much - surrounded by nature and beautify countryside. #alphabetphoto

Mike said...

Sorry I'm so darn late getting over here, Tarana! For some darn reason I haven't been getting new post notifications via my email the past few days. To this post I love it and it's ironic because Phoenix and I went for a drive up in the mountains and forest today! It was very cathartic and cleansing...and beautiful! :)

Tarana said...

I love the UK for it's stunning beauty too!

Tarana said...

Yes, and it definitely helps clear the mind!

Tarana said...

Oh, I hope those emails aren't landing in your junk folder! I do love taking a long drive and just taking the beauty in. Thanks for stopping by, Mike!

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