Monday 8 April 2019

G - GRAVITY Lessons from Nature #NatureRepository

Yes you all read it right GRAVITY is the next nature topic we are going to talk about in this nature series #NatureRepository.
I guess we all remember the Newton’s discovery of body falling freely on earth because of gravitational pull of earth. It is the gravitational force that makes the fastest moving object in air to drop freely.

Similarly in life even humans need a gravity base, where they can come back after the free up-air movement. We humans also need a base to stick on or you can say to look upon.

One can fly in air with devices, but at last has to come down to his/her virtues in life and look into roots from where he bloomed. One should never forget to be humble though reaching high in life. It is person’s values that keep him grounded and makes things easier.

If ever in life you feel you are not getting the satisfaction though reaching a peak point in life, then surely look around for your gravitational pull that makes you feel happy and content.

Fly and reach the stars with a string attached to the roots so you can anytime travel back to your virtues from where you started your journey.

What keeps you grounded though you feel superior in life?
What is one thing that can never be left, while you reach skies?
Share with us about your roots and virtues you look on.

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.



  1. What a wonderful analogy! I believe my family is the biggest gravitational pull back to reality for me.
    Noor Anand Chawla

    1. Thanks Noor. Aptly Noor family makes us feel the way we are and not the way we impose on ourselves.

  2. Beautifully you've described the way to be happy and be grounded. For me, my introspection keeps me grounded.

    1. Thanks Jhilmil. Yes a self talk also keeps us grounded.


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