Friday, February 3, 2012

Communication


Last week I spent four days in a forest, in tented accomodation of the Karnataka Forest Department. Listening to the sounds of the forest I realised that I was in a place where animals and birds and all living creatures had connectivity but I did not! This was the time for my communion with nature.


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27 comments:

  1. i love nature...and love camping getting away from it all and enjoying the not so quiet tranquility of the forest...

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  2. everything has a language it seems :)
    invisible and unheard at times !Dee..

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  3. At one with Nature...
    And when Nature calls, be sure to answer!
    Loved your Natural 55 Magiceye
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  4. Nature is beautiful but we are too busy with technology to appreciate it.

    Love the way you wrote it...

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  5. Sounds nice. I wouldn't mind that sort of communication at all.

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  6. Hope you were able to achieve the communion :)

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  7. being a nature lover..i can understand!!!!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/

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  8. The wild nature has its own serene language. They are all connected to each other no matter they seem far apart ...

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  9. must have been great experience.. where? Jungle lodges?

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    1. In Kulgi Nature camp.
      Had been to JLR for bird watching

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  10. Lovely post! Brought back memories of Kanha National Park near Jabalpur, where I stayed on a 'Machan' overnight! The nature is just awesome!

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  11. There are so much of feelings in these instant words. Yes nature is so seductive. You can never be along in a jungle!

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  12. I used to do this back in the day before mosquitoes. Every night, in the summer months, I would lay on a thin, old, blanket, outside and watched the stars. I don't know why my back didn't hurt then or why the knobs and bumps in the ground didn't poke me then but those kinds of things make me sleep indoors on my bed. Even if Serta makes an expensive mattress that gets more valleys in it than hills.

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  13. Interesting post indeed !! Well this is also an eco tourism example.Man needs to know how it feels to be within nature,once again.

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  14. One more victim of nature's beauty :)
    Interesting 55F :)
    I love 55F myself, do go and read mine on my blog :)

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  15. We have a beautiful treasure called nature to admire and learn from which we often neglect. It gives us immense pleasure if we try and be in communion with nature to understand it more better.

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  16. yes nature can be ur best frnd as well as ur best companion :)

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  17. My upbringing was in wilderness and whenever I happen to pass through, even a small stretch of jungle, I just get down. I find solace. I could very well understand the feelings.

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  18. Nature gives us many teachings...and a great relaxation time to time... no one can feel alone with nature... :)
    beautifully written

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