Nature speaks, and one has to listen: The sun provides rays of light no matter human thoughts or emotions.

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Speech of Nature

— I cannot find any logic in society. If something is unclear, I ask the mountains, the trees or the wind.
I cannot relate to human-made concepts and convictions: religion, politics;
any -ism that human beings have invented. They all crumble when confronted with the significance of nature and what the human brain cannot perceive. I cannot accept that one opinion shall preside in society and direct people's lives. Human beings' conceited and evil desire for power and control is futile and pathetic compared to the infinite supremacy of a mountain or other non-human forces.

What make it possible for me to stay alive are what I call static elements: the genuine perfection of things that are not human-made — untouchable in quality, pure and timeless. The beauty of a flower, the innocence of animals, the sunset. These gems always generate music in my head.

«Wind rustling in Botn»

The forest is my friend. Trees and flowers mirrored in the water.

Look, sun is rising high. All that live may listen to my heartbeats.

Here peace fills up my soul. Here life will find its goal.
They wish my presence near. My truest home is here.

Bird chirps in the sky. Breeze touching with ease.
Streams rushing beyond. And close to the chasm stand I.

My dearest, nearest friend. All that live would die without your spark.
You're feeding the music within. Absolute sound. All around.

So, when life is a nightmare. And thoughts are running wild.
You will find me alone by the lakeside, perfectly still.


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Potsdam, Germany. 20©18 Flint Juventino Beppe. All rights reserved.

Published May 12, 2018


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