The everlasting generosity of GOD, the universe, or Mother Nature

Generally, all forms of life prove that everything has been bountifully supplied; we only have to exert ourselves to take out of the goodies that have been so generously provided. (Featured image credit: Pixabay.com.)

At least once in a lifetime, many people must have either run a race, indulged in an activity, or worked at full capacity for a long period of time, and to such a great extent that they started feeling tired.

Many of us can remember vividly, how long before we got to any great distance, we already thought we had reached our limits because we felt obviously tired.

But, not so for GOD, the universe, or Mother Nature. Just visualize how they have kept on going untiringly, creating worlds, the heavens, billions of galaxies and stars, their inhabitants, expanding the universe, and will continue to do so forever.

The same generous energy that has produced various forms, colors, types of beauties and mysteries in creation, still exists within our very self. Our mind and muscles are flexible enough to accommodate much more of the energy, speed and endurance available in the currents of creation—to which we are conductors.

Stored deep within each person is a great reserve of energy which many of us seem not to have any or much awareness about.

The generosity of GOD seems to be a law in the universe! Why? Because it can be seen everywhere

GOD, the universe, Mother Nature—whatever you wish to call—is lavish, generous and probably extravagant in continuously creating and supplying both raw materials and finished products.

Look upwards towards the heavens at night; see the uncountable number of galaxies, stars, and worlds out there.

No technological equipment, or degree of mind perception can give us a clue about the actual number of objects, lives and items freely dished out. There is no way we can even make a good approximation of the total number.

Take a look at the vegetation in the country where you live; picture how the shrubs of the trees are supplied together with nutrients and the strength they need for growth and sustenance!

Furthermore, look at other forms of animal life such as worms, insects, butterflies, birds, wild animals, reptile, etc., and imagine the generosity behind the materials and intelligence that energizes and enlivens them.

Generally, all forms of life prove that everything has been bountifully supplied; living things only have to exert themselves to take out of the goodies that have been so generously provided.

Although we often hear about depletion of non-renewable resources such as coal and fossil fuel (oil), science still informs us that Mother Nature has an indefinite quantity of renewable resources in store, which are better alternatives, more environmentally friendly, and supplied within a shorter period of time than non-renewable resources. Better still, they usually last for an indefinite period of time.

The generosity doesn’t stop there; in fact, there are vast fields of natural resources that haven’t been explored or touched yet; and probably bigger fields that are yet to be discovered.

Conclusion

There is abundance for everyone. However, we have to think, strain ourselves a bit, or even labor if we want to acquire some of the generous things that are continuously being supplied by nature.

Author: Ihagh G. T.

A former university lecturer who has a master's degree and writes on motivation and the environment, as they relate to the challenges and environmental issues that humanity has been facing.

55 thoughts on “The everlasting generosity of GOD, the universe, or Mother Nature”

  1. This is such an exalted consideration, Ihagh! Exceptional reminder of the awesome power of God that is SO VERY AWESOME that generosity is the given. This is amazing, Ihagh, and I’m so grateful to have read it.

    Aman!

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    1. thank you dear… I wish much more of the same too… hope you are doing fine 😄…I miss commenting on some blogs… please note that my comments disappear on some blogs, or go into spam folders

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            1. I notice that you’ve made another post, but the comment I made on your previous post (bargain with GOD) didn’t show up; neither have I received any notification about any reply to the comment… so probably, the issue about comments still exist

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                1. I can’t remember my exact words; but the impression of what I remember could be summarized in these few words: the good and bad contribute to heal us…and I said that because of specific words such as “denial” and “acceptance”, followed by anger and depression…

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                  1. Aw nice! Thank you for that! Yes, part of the grieving/healing process—according to some. “The good and the bad contribute to heal us”. I think so too. Absolutely.

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  2. The Generosity of the Almighty God is not a debate. I am simply speechless at your ability to capture such a vision and articulate it in such precise terms. May the Almighty continue to bless your efforts toward making a positive difference. I remain confident that you will successfully impart the inspirational Legacy you seek. Bless you my friend.

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    1. thanks alot for your kind, positive and inspiring words…

      You put out such a great sentence: the generosity of GOD is not a debate…amen: may the almighty continue to inspire me…setting an inspirational legacy on the internet would be great; really…we look up to it… thank you

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  3. Abundance is one of my favorite facets of God and the Universe. Ultimately, even us as souls are infinitely abundant. We just need to tune in and lift the barriers not allowing us to reach what is ours by birth right. Thanks for such beautiful reflection. Take care, God bless you. S*

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    1. thanks for your input…GOD’s abundance is not only physical… and certainly, the spiritual outlasts the physical, but without seeing GOD’s abundance in physical form, it would be difficult for people (especially the unspiritual) to appreciate and believe that spiritual abundance exists—or that life is not all about material things… in fact, they will likely not even believe in the invisible GOD…

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  4. Hi GT,
    I just watched a show on Netflix called “Apocalypse: Black Holes (or something like that). It was a reminder of what awesome things the Lord has places in the heavens. There is so much they are discovering that shows how huge, deep, and full God’s creation. Here is a crazy idea that the show proposed: black holes and galaxy engine that creates gravity to keep everything moving in harmony.
    Cool stuff!
    Gary
    On Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 12:30 AM Motivation & Environment wrote:
    > Ihagh G. T. posted: “At least once in a lifetime, many people must have > either run a race, indulged in an activity, or worked at full capacity for > a long period of time, and to such a great extent that they started feeling > tired. Many of us can remember vividly, how long befo” >

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    1. thanks for your contribution…it’s really amazing the things our great GOD created like black holes and other unknown objects in the universe… I feel he has a reason for everything though; harmony inclusive…

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    2. I made a comment on your latest post about 2 or 3 days ago, but as usually happens on some other sites posts, it hasn’t shown up… please check your spam folder; probably, it could be there

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  5. It’s like God is using his paint brush to landscape the skies and trees and the earth. Such a wonderful blessing to be able to acknowledge his designs and efforts to appeal to our eyes.

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    1. thank you Pedro… actually to understand the real nature of the invisible GOD can be difficult, but an appreciation of his visible works—the uncountable creations around us— and the generosity that supplies the creations, can open our eyes a bit more, if not much more…

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