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Nature is Serendipity Whispering

Updated on November 9, 2015

Serendipity of Pure, Sweet Love

On the Wings of A Dove
On the Wings of A Dove | Source

"Nature promotes deep stillness, inspires us to seek inner strength, so that our connection to Spirit balances us from head to foot." RHRose

Live In Peace With Life

Serendipity: Accidental good fortune, happenstance, Luck has everything to do with it. We believe in chance happenings, we consider ourselves fortunate. We are driven, empowered, focused, self centered, balanced, forthright, engaged and willing. If you still perceive that as lucky then you are too. All of us qualify for random acts of goodness. It can also be asked for in my opinion. It's a matter of considering yourself happy go lucky. I believe it is my right to be, it's yours too, if you want it.

Not that I have to wait for or do something spectacular or some feat of gallantry to get a lucky break. It's all a part of serendipity. First of all we had to decide we deserved a good day. Then we notice intuitively how thoughts and feelings brought about peace in the day.

It begins with being grateful for the tiny dashes of luck and good fortune that springs up on our trail. Believing it is freely given to everyone, like love and the sun that is always shining somewhere in somebody's eyes. It is a given. You are just as lucky and special as me. I am just as beautiful and compassionate as you. We are as lucky as we feel. That is a dream that is becoming a reality in a world that is beginning to recognize simultaneous occurrences.

Serendipity Suggests

In order to make the most of Serendipity we must live consciously and recognize that we are the creator of our own reality.

Serendipity must contain elements of a healthy Spirit, Mind, Body and Emotions.

Our thoughts are the one thing that affects every thing else in our life.

Nothing happens without meaning or purpose, yet serendipity brings joy to traveling this life. We can trust it as our guidance if it is a clear message in the rhythm of our life. If we have an unshakable conviction, follow it. We don't always have to know why we should do this or that, why we go here or there. Trust our guidance for this day, it fills us with a sense of wholeness, completeness, on the right path, our lives are unfolding as it was meant to be with our own integrity in mind.

The heart and soul of serendipity suggests "The goals you find on the way to the goal you want may be more precious than the goal you seek."

Many of our thoughts lead to immediate effects. Praying for guidance, then observing an eagle flying overhead, meaning God is with us.

Being more positive and compassionate of our thoughts, and their effects, helps us notice all the positive emotions in our lives. In many instances, by simply thinking of a more appropriate thought you can immediately create a more desirable outcome. Think before you speak. Listen closely to nature.

At the end of the day we ask ourselves if what happened during the day happened because we drew the happening to ourselves. Pause, Relax, take a deep breath, there is no rush. We will begin to reach out in faith at the beginning of our day and meet ourselves being a maker of fate thanks to the world of serendipity. If we believe part of our task in this life is to learn what it is we need to learn, why not ask nature to help us?

Like, according to phylogenetic law, we humans have been every creature before we became humans on Mother earth, could it be possible for us to respond to nature as it responds to us? Perhaps actually feeling the pain of a plant or hearing the scream of a tree or sensing the hurt, or aspiration of our native family?

Serendipity leads us into the secrets of a leaf alive with life tied together with the love of God more tightly than we know.

Clouds Whispering History

Learning From The Tribes Over The Orange Bridge
Learning From The Tribes Over The Orange Bridge | Source

Nature Promotes Stillness

Word Origin & History


1754 (but rare before 20c.), coined by Horace Walpole (1717-92) in a letter to Mann (dated Jan. 28); he said he formed it from the Persian fairy tale "The Three Princes o fSerendip whose heroes "were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of." The name is from Serendip, an old name for Ceylon (modern Sri Lanka), from Arabic Sarandib, from Skt. Simhaladvipa "Dwelling-Place-of-Lions Island." Serendipitous formed c.1950.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Can We Hear A Cloud Whisper?

Whispering Cloud Forming Something Just For Me
Whispering Cloud Forming Something Just For Me | Source

Serendipity of Nature In A Whisper

"When you are ready, come to me. I will take you into nature. In nature you will learn everything that you need to know." --Rolling Thunder, Cherokee Medicine Man, American Indian.

We believe him. We have more to do now that we are completely ready. Nature is our gift from the Great Spirit to keep us happy and healthy. It is how the serendipity of love, joy, peace, happiness and laughter is shown to us here on earth. That is what is being whispered to us if we are listening.

Often we do not, we run about squealing and laughing with the little children. Thank you Mother Earth for stopping us to watch the crow drinking from the water fountain, looking at us. Whisper.

© 2011 Maree Michael Martin

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    • Ruby H Rose profile image

      Maree Michael Martin 6 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

      I know, right? They have intrigued me many a year. I will probably write more about them, it seems.

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      Maree Michael Martin 6 years ago from Northwest Washington on an Island

      Yeah, they are the same and different too, will be sharing more soon.

    • Aley Martin profile image

      Alice Lee Martin 6 years ago from Sumner, Washington,USA

      Two words I love so very much:

      Serendipity and synchronicity.