Beware of the interpreting mind
Be aware of the integrated Self!
Eyes wide open we drive down the same road many times in our day to day life. Watching the tree filled with flowers is a treat to the eyes. The flowers act as a magnet to our vision and the mind terms as wonderful sight. Few days later, passing by the same way and noticing the tree with less flowers or no flowers, the mind usually tends to compare it with the experience of the previous full bloom. The general comment may be, "how wonderful it used to look earlier".
Have you ever been with the fall of a flower from a tree? Mostly, we are only caught up with the interpreting mind and ending up with concluding comments. When awareness happens, there is a shift in perception from seeing to being with it. The senses witness the expression but the Self remains in the essence of the expression. Tree in full bloom, tree with less or no flowers -- all have their intense moments of stillness.
Changes that happen so naturally in nature lets us know the Truth. In all its expressions of impermanence, underneath lies the basement of serene permanence.The comments of the interpreting mind is like the ignorance of a kid in the presence of an integrated self. Nature is ever so present live and light. To be in tune with nature, choose the platform that connects to your own self.