The message is simply: be silent; be in the now - in nature, and connect. Consider these lines from The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth:
And hark how blithe the throstle sings!
He too is no mean preacher;
Come forth into the light of things,
Let nature be your teacher.
One impulse from a vernal wood
May teach you more than man,
of moral evil and of good,
Than all the sages can.
Also consider the words of St. Bernard: "What I know of the divine sciences and Holy Scripture, I learnt in woods and fields. I have had no other masters than the beeches and the oaks." He further said, "Listen to a man of experience: thou will learn more in the woods than in books. Trees and stones may teach you more than thou canst acquire from the mouth of a magister." Even if you may think St. Bernard was suffering from a bit of over-statement, give his thoughts their due; and, allow yourself to fully open to them. Take time as frequently as reasonably possible to be silent and at peace in nature. Allow the now moment to be your teacher. The surface will disappear, and you will open to a new depth of hearing and seeing and feeling. It is a pathway to connect with who you are. Connect with the Divine Presence within.
BEHOLD THE LIGHT IN EVERYONE!
(I BEHOLD THE DIVINE PRESENCE AS YOU)