Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 4:04

Nature’s Calling.

Nature is, in fact, all around us. I walk on hollow ground that was once erect with trees, with vegetation and wildlife, before the industrial age wrought its ugly concrete head and shaped the landscape to what it is now. But still I do dream. But still I do think and but still I have a few ideas. Thank you for taking the time to listen to them. And always remember, every swell I make is intended for your response

How do you intend to answer? #ideas #birth #nature

Everything Jay
@everythingjay · 1:22
I'm not a fan of cold, but I love nature and I love the signs that they give. And I even go as far as, like, when I go out looking at how the animals protect each other and how it's just, like, in their nature to be that way. It's crazy because I've noticed, like, you know, moms protecting babies or certain animals protected other animals, and it's just human natures calling. So I go as deep as that
Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 3:00


Hey, if it pays good, you go to where the grass is greener, or in this case, the grass is frozen solid with a thick sheet layer of ice over it. Yes, nature's way of being cold can definitely destroy the greatest intentions of well to do people. And let's not even get on the people who need their Sad lights, seasonal awareness disorder lights, so they can maintain some sense of solace and nobility during this winter reseason
Carey Braidt
@countryswell · 4:59

Since the church bells rang, i shared this picture if the church through the trees!

Well, this post is right up my alley, as I'm sure you can imagine from some of my swells and previous conversations that we've engaged in. And there's a couple of things that I really admired about your reference, speaking about the connection with nature and mothers and mother Nature and birth
Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 4:37


The days of them with the bow and the axe are all but obsolete. If anything, it's now considered sport to do. And man's relationship with nature is interesting to say the least, for a man who is not able to take care of himself in the wild can feel inadequate and insecure. I am reminded of a story that involves my kid's mom and her boyfriend and we won't say this is the wilderness, but he didn't basically know how to barbecue
Demarkis Klan Destine
@OmegaStrange · 3:56
Will we replace Mother Nature with industrialized nature? Will we call it the industrialized nature? Mother industrialized or mother industrialized nature. I don't know. But as technology develops, are we going to see less of nature? I guess we can never get rid of nature, right? I don't think we can. But we have gotten rid of I'm sorry
Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 2:29


Hello, Omega Strange. Thank you, as always, for taking the time not only to listen, but to also offer an audio response to this. Well, and the ancient once thought what the woman was able to do with the birth of a child was considered magical. And through this discovery of thought, there was a bit of Freudian psychology to suggest that out of man's fear of not being able to give birth through life, they gave birth instead through ideas and innovation, technological feats