How many petals from the final flowers before the fall does it take to feel the sense of coolness in the morning sun?
How many honks from a gaggle of geese does it take to bless the ability to hear a natural sound?
How many blades of green leaves does is take to recognize how the color excites harmony, food, movement forward, and money?
How many swans paddling on lake does it take to honor the power of webbed feet, and the ability to spread wings and fly?
How many caws from a crow does it take to bring to mind a human bloviate?
How many cooing doves does it take to feel peaceful?
How many mountain peaks does it take to cause you to look up; and how high are they? Does it matter?
How many rocks on the path does it take to watch the ground and where you are walking?
How many breaths of clear, fresh and clean air does it take to consecrate and sanctify your mind, body, and spirit?
How many experiences of our natural world does it take to hold our earth with pride, privilege, and distinction?
How many plants, animals, and progeny does it take to meet or come into contact with to realize the connection between all beings?