Sunday, 28 July 2013

Nature - at it's peak!

I've always wondered, when is nature at it's peak? What I'm referring to here, is the time where the nature at it's finest, have you observed it? For me, it's between 4 AM to 6 AM in the morning. Why? If you wake up early in the morning, you can see the silence of the nature - the beauty of it lies with it's silence. At 4 AM it's totally silent, gradually the silence gets it's new meaning and turns a little more usual - it becomes a little more active. The sun rises and suddenly, it's all a lot more different and natural but before the sun rises, it's a whole different world.

I'm sure it's not just me, whenever I wake up early in the morning, there's a different kind of feeling I get within myself. As if my whole body is filled with positive energy. Sometimes if I'm awake, I watch through my window at 5:00 AM and see an old man taking a walk everyday. He would be around 65-70 and yet, the willingness to be fit is so easily visible in him. There's so much to learn from him, usually the time when 90% of us are sleeping, he's awake and active. Special, isn't he? :)

For me, the nature is at it's peak during these 2 hours I mention because you can easily hear the birds chirping, you see the sun rising and of course it's often told to us "during these 2 hours", the brain is at it's peak. Some people prepare for their exams early in the morning and this is the reason for it, they often believe that learning in morning is easier, ever wondered why?

The glorious sight of watching the sun rise is one that we often miss in today's hectic life. Time kiske pass hai? Dor lagi hai jeevan ki, suraj ugta kaun dekhega! Right?

Try to take out the time and "experience" nature. The sight is one that is to be seen, to be believed. I call nature a "superpower" and for a reason. I just cant get the enough of the power of the nature because when it comes to nature, everything has a meaning. :)
Aditya Jha Author

Aditya Jha is 20 years old and has had a passion for writing since a young age. He has had the great honor of being published in the book "blank space", which featured his fictional short story "a writer's tale". He has also published 2 ebooks - Best.Generation.Ever. and An Iron Lady (Autobiography on his grandmother's life). He has great passion for speaking and is a Delhi University Debator - having won various laurels for his speaking.


  1. Whoa, Adi! This is great. I'm not sure if I agree with the generalizations, but your writing is beautiful and heart-touching, sprinkled with innocent optimism.

  2. Varun, I'm glad you liked the writing. Sincerely appreciate your comment :)