The music for this Song was not used as the music for a Psalm. I love nature. I love to be in nature. I love to take a walk. I love to listen to nature talk. I love to be alone with myself and with God. I love the song of a Meadow Lark. I love to meditate. I love to watch deer running through the thickets. I love to see a flock of morning doves. I love to watch squirrels run and flowers bloom (see Song 26 – Spring). I love to sit by a still small lake and see myself in the clear reflection as the lake looks up at me. I love to fish. I love to lie in the clover and to watch the sun sink and turn the sky and clouds pink (see Song 92 – Sunrise). I love to pray, and to thank Him for all I have. I love to be alone with myself and with God. And to think, I knew all of this before 1970. The photo to the left shows a desolate landscape at the top of the Hurricane Mesa just outside of Virgin, Utah. Andrea and I went here with the rock club to look for petrified wood in the Chinle Formation. Interestingly enough, I found the same type of petrified wood in the same Chinle Formation right next to the Cedar City golf course and SUU’s Thunderbird Gardens some 50 miles north of the Hurricane Mesa a few weeks later. There are nice examples of this petrified wood among the rocks outside my office window.
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