Describe your energy using something from nature.
are you a thunderstorm? A star filled night? A forest on a summer night?
I am like water, stronger than I look and I can outlast many things.
A field of maturing wheat blowing across the acreage, turning golden as I age, impervious to the elements, waiting for the ultimate harvest day.
I am the Wind.
You will know the direction I come from,
You will know when I pass.
I will not usually stay too long.
I am your friend;
Yet if you modify your environment from its natural-state,
For-say, clear away the trees,
And result in more plains,
Or add more heat to our atmosphere,
I too will change,
I am the Wind,
I am one with God,
Therefore respect our World and I will respect you.
Remember, Wind is The Source of Significant Energy.
This hub answers a question about what "force of nature" I consider myself as being most like. My answer is - a summer breeze. read more
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