Savvy Raj

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Sunflower trait.

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It is Monday morning and a start to a new week! Here is a beautiful story share.

Sunflowers 🌻 turn according to the position of the sun, in other words, they “chase the light.” You might already know this, but there is another fact that you probably do not know!

Have you ever wondered what happens on cloudy, rainy days when the sun is completely covered by clouds?🤔

This is an interesting question, isn’t it?

Perhaps you think the sunflower withers or turns its head towards the ground. Is this what crossed your mind?

Well, that’s incorrect!

This is what happens?

They turn towards each other to share their energy.🌻🌻

Nature’s perfection is amazing; now let’s apply this reflection to our lives. We all want this light and seek it in different ways: in our family, friends, religion, work and so on. But there are always going to be cloudy days, gloomy days, because there is no escaping them!

When this happens, most people become overwhelmed, low-spirited, and the most vulnerable ones, some-times, become depressed.How about following the example of the beautiful sunflowers 🌻 supporting and em-powering each other. Nature has so much to teach us.

Wishing everyone a “Sun flower”🌻 trait of turning towards each other on their cloudy and gloomy days.

Reading this story drew me to another fascinating aspect so visible in the sunflowers. The mathematical order of their spirals, that continue to mystify us in all their glory.

Here is an interesting explanation for such a phenomenon.

Truly are many aspects to the ordinary… and yet simplicities of harmony in the very complexities and chaos of life and living.

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Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor

15 thoughts on “Sunflower trait.

  1. Have a nice week Savvy!!!!

    In Greek mythology, there was a maiden who fell in love with Apollo. Every time he passed overhead in his fiery sun chariot, she stood in her garden and gazed at him longingly, even though she had chores and tasks to attend to.

    Apollo, who made a point of shining brightly so people on earth couldn’t actually see him, eventually got fed up with the girl’s foolishness. He flung one of his sun arrows at her, and she turned into a sunflower on the spot. To this day, she faces east in the morning and west in the evenings, following the path of Apollo.

    In some versions of the story, it was not Apollo but the other gods who took pity upon her and turned her into a sunflower.

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    • Thank you Efi for adding this fascinating story. The brilliance of the Sunflower is truly amazing … now we know why … and let us add its adoration and loyalty to light as well.

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      • You are so wonderful person Savvy!!! I really like to read you!! ❤ ❤

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      • And I truly enjoyed this insight as well.
        The Sun God in the Indian mythology has many stories as well .

        And as beautiful the stories are what’s equally amazing is there is an interesting mathematical order to sun flowers.and like that video link above explains … to us all that brings us all together in the strength of the interconnects.Much love❤🤗❤

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  2. Absolutely true and agree totally with these inspiring words on Sunflowers and for sure if we could just be like them and not bother what is happening and live a beautiful life free of tensions and let God be with us. Awesome picture, Savvy.

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  3. Wonderful thoughts!!… thanks for sharing!.. if the human race would take a moment to observe (and learn) how other creatures of nature learn and do live together, even though each is different, this world would be a better place… 🙂

    “Maybe I’m not so different from everyone else after all. It’s like somebody gave me a puzzle, but I don’t have the box with the picture on it. So I don’t know what the final thing is supposed to look like. I’m not even sure if I have all the pieces.” Sharon M. Draper

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  4. Reblogged this on Anniegoose's Blog and commented:
    Fascinating info on Sunflowers.

    blessings

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