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The actual experience of recognizing this beauty and specialness in other creations is known as instress. Hopkins frequently used nature to illustrate inscape and instress. His poems about nature show that what is unique and different about each creation, is also similar, in that each being and creation is created by God. Humans in fact, though each a unique individual, are all reflections of the love and glory of our heavenly Father, and the sacrifice of Christ our Lord. Therefore, even though we are all different, we are all linked by our creator.
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