Tuesday, November 16, 2021

IF YOU WOULD KNOW STRENGTH AND PATIENCE...


“If you would know strength and patience, welcome the company of trees.”

~Hal Borland~



"Harold "Hal" Glen Borland (May 14, 1900 – February 22, 1978) was an American author, journalist and naturalist. In addition to writing many non-fiction and fiction books about the outdoors, he was a staff writer and editorialist for The New York Times. "



28 comments:

  1. That's a true saying. Like the landscape Denise

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  2. The best given company IS nature!!

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  3. Hello,
    What a great quote and your photo is perfect. Take care, have a happy day!

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    1. So glad you liked Gregg's photo and the quote Eileen :) Thank you and you take care and have a happy day also.

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  4. perfect! I admire trees, big, small, tiny, blooms, no blooms, green or fall, all of them. Palms are at the top of the list, watching them, hearing them in the breeze... oaks are a special tree to me.

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    1. Me too Sandra, we are definitely tree huggers :) We don't get the palms that you do but I do enjoy them when road tripping. Oaks are beautiful! Special to me also.

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  5. YES, I totally agree! I have some of Hal Borland's books, he is wonderful!! And they are highly praised.

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    1. Hi Ginny, and how lovely that you have some of Hal Borland's books :)

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  6. Excellent quote and beautiful photo

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  7. Such a lovely quote! And a lovely photo as well.

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    1. Thank you Martha Ellen, so happy you enjoyed both :)

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