M is for Mountain & Mud

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There’ s is a very famous quote by John Muir that says “Mountains are calling and I must go”
Mountains are a very essential ecosystem and a natural resource which contains lots of material which are again natural and useful for humankind.
We have ample variety of biodiversity, water source, landscapes.
there is a large variety of life be it animals, flora, fauna.
There are ample resources like iron ore, silver, gold etc.
In India, many mountains are associated with cultural and spiritual significance too.
The big natural sturdy features of the earth
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M is for mud
Playing with mud, mud bath, growing plants, all helps to stay connected to nature.
It even makes you smarter, to learn, to develop,
It helps positive dispositions as its a wonderful art medium,
It encourages creative thinking and working.
It actually makes you happier and believe me healthier by boosting the immune system.
It helps reduce allergies.
It even has found to reduce anxiety and stress in kids.
So remember mud is fun.

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9 Responses

  1. Varad says:

    I’m an avid trekker, so I can connect with ‘The mountains are calling.’ There’s another beautiful quote by Levison Wood in his book ‘Walking the Himalayas.’ It says ‘A Mountain – like a seductress – though irresistible, had to be treated with caution; it was wise to know when to walk away, even if deep down, you knew one day you’ll return.’ Glad to have come across your blog through #BlogchatterA2Z. Will be back for more.

  2. Meena says:

    I love mountains. I feel their power and majesty. Great post

  3. Balaka says:

    I was born and brought up in the mountains and I am a mountain girl at heart. I just love the smell of wet soil after rain.

  4. Iain Kelly says:

    John Muir – a fine fellow Scotsman who did so much exploring round the world 🙂

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