"Om Shanti Om"

"Om Shanti Om"
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A brook can be a friend in a special way. It talks to you with splashy gurgles. It cools your toes and lets you sit quietly beside it when you don't feel like speaking

mountain river rapid boulders

Wild rivers are earth's renegades, defying gravity, dancing to their own tunes, resisting the authority of humans, always chipping away, and eventually always winning.
 — Richard Bangs, River Gods

river stream falling mountain

What makes a river so restful to people is that it doesn't have any doubt—it is sure to get where it is going, and it doesn't want to go anywhere else.
 — Hal Boyle

river dense forest

The song of the river ends not at her banks but in the hearts of those who have loved her. 
— Buffalo Joe

calm river alpine trees

The mark of a successful man is one that has spent an entire day on the bank of a river without feeling guilty about it.
— Chinese philosopher

dry river bed scenery

A man of wisdom delights in water. 
— Confucius

water covered tall dark trees

A river is the cosiest of friends. You must love it and live with it before you can know it. 
— G.W. Curtis, Lotus Eating: Hudson and Rhine

river setting sun

Rivers hardly ever run in a straight line. Rivers are willing to take ten thousand meanders and enjoy every one and grow from every one. When they leave a meander, they are always more than when they entered it. When rivers meet an obstacle, they do not try to run over it. They merely go around but they always get to the other side. Rivers accept things as they are, conform to the shape they find the world in, yet nothing changes things more than rivers. Rivers move even mountains into the sea. Rivers hardly ever are in a hurry yet is there anything more likely to reach the point it sets out for than a river? 
- James Dillet Freeman, Rivers

river rapids quick flow nature

The trees reflected in the river—they are unconscious of a spiritual world so near to them. So are we. 
— Nathaniel Hawthorne

river stream colorful forest
Water is God's gift to living souls, to cleanse us, to purify us, to sustain us and to renew us. 
— Jewish Bridal Celebration Ceremony

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