Energy-2662John Muir once said:

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe“.

My credo for this blog is a personal belief and passion which I describe as three premises which I believe to be critically important if we are to preserve the environment in which we humans must live and survive. These premises are the reason why I chose to write blogs on this site. They are:

  • Nothing in Nature exists in isolation. Everything, including ourselves, is connected to everything else.
  • Conservation is the act of identifying and preserving Nature’s interconnections.
  • Hope for mankind’s future comes from instilling a deep connectivity consciousness in our youth. 
From the most minuscule atomic particle to the grandest galaxies, the past, the present, and the future of every animate and inanimate being in our universe is defined by its connection to everything else.We humans are composed of matter that originated with the stars. We share these basic atomic materials with every rock and bird and fish and grizzly bear that we see. We are equal partners with everything else in the universe.
It is not an exaggeration to say that everything on this planet, including human beings, is defined by these interconnections. If any of these links were broken, Nature on any scale could not operate. Human consciousness of Nature and the conservation of these interconnections is essential for the survival of humanity on this planet.

I invite you to become an active participant in a dialog concerning the conservation of connections in Nature. My blog posts are listed on the Patterns In Nature Blog menu item. Some of my additional research is shown in the Musings menu item.

You may care to view an extensive resource list of links to information on patterns in Nature by clicking the resources tab.

Patterns in Nature make beautiful pictures. You are welcome to explore my Nature photography gallery by selecting that menu item.

You may care to purchase any of my eBooks  as they become available. You can read full descriptions of all eBooks by selecting the “My eBooks” tab item.

And finally, you might want to learn a little about me. The “About Me” page also gives you the opportunity to contact me via email, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or LinkedIn.