garden

A Quote by unknown on experience, garden, learning, and students

The wonderful thing about garden-based learning is that it's a hands-on, minds-on experience where my students and I learn together.

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Source: Kids and Classrooms

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A Quote by unknown on destiny and garden

Whether you tend a garden or not, you are the gardener of your own being, the seed of your destiny.

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Source: The Findhorn Community

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A Quote by unknown on garden, obstacles, power, wisdom, and path

In our gardens, Lord Ganesha sends His power through fruits and vegetables, the ones that grow above the ground, to permeate our nerve system with wisdom, clearing obstacles in our path when eaten. The growers of them treat it like they would care for Ganesha in His physical form.

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Source: Hindu Deva Shastra, verse 438, Nature Devas

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A Quote by unknown on angels, attitude, earth, garden, god, listening, neighbors, patience, and time

The Ten Commandments of Gardening Thou shalt be patient till it's thyme to garden Thou shalt be outstanding in thy field Thou shalt lovingly care for the Earth Thou shalt weed thy garden diligently Thou shalt take time to smell the flowers Thou shalt keep a fresh from the garden attitude Thou shalt give freely of the bounty of thy harvest Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors soil Thou shalt listen to your Garden Angels Thou shalt bloom where you are planted and grow strong under God's tender care.

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Source: Garden Quotes

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A Quote by unknown on garden and mountains

The Chinese word for garden combines forms for soil, landforms, a well, and an enclosure plus trees. It is generally interpreted as a man-made place for recreation containing three elements: flowers, trees, fishpond; buildings; and, an artificial mountain.

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Source: Chinese Landscape Gardening

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A Quote by unknown on death, earth, friendship, garden, life, tears, and world

I would rather have a little rose from the garden of a friend, than flowers strewn around my casket when my days on earth must end. I would rather have a living smile from one I know is true, than tears shed 'round my casket when this world I bid adieu. Bring me all the flowers today, whether pink or white or red, I would rather have one blossom now than a truckload when I am dead.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by unknown on beauty, friendship, garden, ideas, memory, and slavery

Graveyards and landscape gardens, coffins and flowers - fitting friends. All beautiful things disappear, and Beauty is the memory of ideas. Beauty is the Mistress, the gardener Her slave.

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A Quote by unknown on balance, control, disease, garden, life, nature, play, and seriousness

Bats are in serious decline nearly everywhere. Worldwide, there are almost a thousand different kinds of bats which comprise nearly one fourth of all mammal species. Of the 43 species living in the U.S. and Canada, nearly 40 percent are endangered or are candidates for such status. . . . Bats may eat their own weight in insects in a single night. They also control such garden pests such as ants, beetles and disease carrying mosquitoes. As the primary predator of night-flying insects, bats play an important role in this balance of nature.

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Source: Texas Bat and Bird House Products

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A Quote by Thomas Stearns Eliot on garden

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Stand on the highest pavement of the stair- Lean on a garden urn- Weave, weave the sunlight in your hair.

T.S. Eliot (1888 - 1965)

Source: La Figlia Che Piange, 1917

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A Quote by Thomas Stearns Eliot on garden, giving, grace, journeys, life, love, memory, motherhood, satisfaction, and speech

Lady of silences Calm and distressed Torn and most whole Rose of memory Rose of forgetfulness Exhausted and life-giving Worried reposeful The single Rose Is now the Garden Where all loves end Terminate torment Of love unsatisfied The greater torment Of love satisfied End of the endless Journey to no end Conclusion of all that Is inconclusible Speech without word and Word of no speech Grace to the Mother For the Garden Where all love ends.

T.S. Eliot (1888 - 1965)

Source: Ash Wednesday, 1930

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