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Teaches you Self Care & Self Love

Teaches you Self Care & Self Love

The way we take care of plants teaches us that self-love and self-love are also important. Staying hydrated, pampering ourselves, and having nutritious food will keep our bodies healthy and make us love it more.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Why are Plants a Blessing in our Life?

Helps in Breaking the Ice

As soon as a plant parent sees your collection of green plants, an instant conversation takes place. You start bonding over plants and become social. The introverts will surely agree to it.

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Gives you a Break from Stress

While taking care of your plants, you completely forget about stress and anxiety. The green hue calms you down, and the caring part keeps you active.

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Keeps you Motivated

As soon as plants come into our lives, we start caring for them and check them daily for the growth of new leaves or blooms. The whole process motivates us for welcoming the new day and looking at the positives.

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Promote Mindfulness

The whole process of taking care of your potted plants has a calming effect and makes you happier from within. This is the true meaning of mindfulness, and our plants help us in achieving the state!

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Green:The Universal Colour of Healing

Green, the mixture of blue and yellow, can be seen everywhere and in countless shades. In fact, the human eye sees green better than any colour in the spectrum.

In the Bible, meaning of colour green is immortality because green is obtained by mixing yellow (trials) with blue (Word of god). (The leaf shall not wither-psalm1:3)

Along with many other facts about this earthly colour, makes it an essential part of our everyday lives.

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Simplicity doesn't mean poverty

Poverty is involuntary and debilitating, whereas simplicity is voluntary and enabling.

It is very misleading to equate simplicity with poverty, even if some spiritual traditions have advocated a life of extreme renunciation. A life of conscious simplicity can have both a beauty and a functional integrity that elevates the human spirit.

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Natural light

Natural light is the most fundamental element of a welcoming space.

Employees prefer natural light and views of the outdoors to onsite cafeterias, fitness centers, and daycare. Natural light not only improves health and wellness among workers; it also has been shown to encourage creativity.

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