Be Still

Irises have a beauty like no other.  The Iris is named after the Greek Goddess Iris, a messenger of the Gods who was thought to use the rainbow as a bridge between Heaven and Earth.  The Greeks believed that the rainbow was actually created by the many hued blooms of the Iris.    This unique flower can be found in virtually every part of the world, sharing the message of faith, hope and wisdom.

Here are a few of my favorite Irises, from our gardens…

Nature holds a message for us all.  Today, as you take in the beauty of Mother Earth, listen closely to the message she has to share with you…

“We often forget that we are nature.  Nature is not something separate from us.  So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we have lost our connection to ourselves.” ~Andy Goldsworthy

Love Yourself…Embrace Yourself…Just Be You…




13 thoughts on “Be Still

  1. We have a number of the ones you have featured, Roda. They are indeed a true delight. And there are a few of the yellow ones in a large bucket in the shallow end of the pond.
    The peach one you shown I have never seen before. It’s beautiful.

    We also have a very large wild variety.

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