Thursday 4 April 2019

D - DROUGHT - Lessons from Nature #NatureRepository

You all must be wondering from the title, why we have picked a word that reminds us of harshness of nature. Well, nature has also various sides to it some beautiful as Autumn & Breeze and some hard-hitting ones as Drought & Floods.

Let’s see what Drought has in store for us to gather a lesson or two.

Drought is a scarcity of a resource and that is the testing time of a nature as in, it teaches us to value the essentials.
Isn’t it? We value for things and person when they are not present. So this teaches me to value available resources and utilize it in the required amount.

Drought also teaches us to be prepared for crisis. But how can one overcome from these situations. The solution is only 3 steps
1.   Trust your abilities
2.   Utilize your each resource carefully.
3.   Have a right attitude

Yes keeping a right & positive attitude and trusting his/her abilities, one is sure to come out of conditions, which seem like drought. Keeping calm and walking with focused attitude one can find a way out in tough situations.

Tell us did you experience a situation like drought and how did you overcome from it.

Are you a nature curator?
We Meenal & Sonal are, nature lovers and observers too. So this year we have come up with theme #NatureRepository for #AtoZChallenge & #BlogchatterA2Z.

You will find Nature lessons with each alphabet through out April here.

Stay tuned for next post :)



  1. Very well interpreter buddy. Yes me must be prepared for crisis

    1. Being prepared is the only solution as situations are unpredictable at times.

  2. I agree with you that nature is a fantastic teacher of life lessons.
    Noor Anand Chawla

    1. Yes nature teaches in soothing way and a harsh way to us.

  3. Manisha - Glad you picked up this part of nature too. Both positives and negatives teach us. Your 3 step solution is so apt.

    1. Thanks Manisha, we can't escape with this side of Nature

  4. Nature has so much to teach us, both in her lush abundance and with her more difficult lessons like drought. I'm happy to have made my way here, and look forward to more of your posts in this challenge.

    1. Thanks Deborah for sharing your Nature thoughts with us.


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