春天

一個不起眼的公園,一段意外的驚喜,拍下一張我很喜歡的照片:

一片迎著風的小花海,我看到了詩人所看到的 (“I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” by William Wordsworth):

Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.

我瞥見成千上萬的水仙
搖晃著小腦袋翩翩起舞

那是一個晴朗的好天,陽光灑在身上,很舒服,的確是「永不過時的喜悅」(“It’s like the Light” by Emily Dickinson):

It’s like the light,–
A fashionless delight,
It’s like the bee,–
A dateless melody.

就像陽光一樣
散放著永不過時的喜悅
就像蜜蜂一樣
舞動著歷久不衰的旋律

春天到了,你怎捨得大好美景,只待在家呢?

I love nature, I love the landscape, because it is so sincere. It never cheats me. It never jests. It is cheerfully, musically earnest. I lie and relie on the earth.
– Henry David Thoreau

如果一個孩子在他的生活裡沒接觸過大自然,譬如摸過樹的皮,踩過乾而脆的落葉,我就沒有辦法教他美術,因為,他沒有第一手接觸過美。
– 席慕容

上一百堂美學課,不如讓孩子在大自然裡行走一天,教一百個鐘點的建築設計,不如讓學生去觸摸幾個古老的城市,講一百次文學寫作技巧,不如讓寫作者在市場裡弄髒自己的褲腳。玩,可以說是天地之間學問的根本。
– 龍應台

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