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Concise Environmentopedia Goodies by MeenalSonal Mathur

PC: ©Blogchatter | EBook by MeenalSonal Mathur
PC: ©Blogchatter | EBook by MeenalSonal Mathur

Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.

~Khalil Gibran

How often do we take time to be in the loving embrace of nature and enjoy its blessings consciously? Not very often, isn’t it? In this fast-paced life where we are all chasing goals after goals, we make schedules to embrace nature by planning a vacation by the beach side or camping or hiking. This being the bitter truth, the book, “Lessons from Nature” by the sisters cum duo bloggers, Meenal & Sonal comes as a gentle reminder to embrace nature and learn its language to understand the wisdom it has got to enlighten us with.

Floral blush steps down
Paving way for novice hopes
Unwrapping new stories

Written in a mix of prose and poetry, the book evokes optimism at every turn of the page. From flowers to moons to droughts and eclipses it invites the reader to view life through the lens of optimism and hope.

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What may be considered the fierce face of nature like drought or quagmire is also shown in a new perspective that holds essential life lessons for us to learn. Before I forget, I should mention the beauty of the book cover.; it aptly evokes a sense of gentleness.

I particularly loved their portrayal of an eclipse as a power nap of the mighty celestial bodies.

A power nap of celestials
Working round the clock
Time to replenish

Another highlighting part of the book is the way each writeup ends with questions to reflect upon. That’s a very thoughtful way of adding more value to the book and the reader as well.

Though I understand the topics are arranged in alphabetical order, I wished they had been organised in a different way to make the flow seamless. But otherwise, the book is worth reading and reflecting on.

To grab a promotional copy of the book, click here.

This review is part of the #BlogchatterEBook carnival, 2022.

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