In nature things move violently to their place, and calmly in their place.
History teaches virtue. Nature preaches vice.
Natural abilities are like natural plants; they need pruning by study.
A poet walks through the woods and those little spurs catch on his wool pants. He describes it aesthetically: “How nature attaches itself to man, as the spur does to the wool of my pants as I walk through the greenery.” The same thing happens to the scientist, but because he has a scientific mind, […]
Except for the blind forces of Nature, nothing moves in this world which is not Greek in its origin.
Conserving our natural resources does not mean using them up less quickly. We can re-learn conservation by reading the earth, observing that in Nature, nothing is wasted, and everything is made ready for the next user.