Their peak season (for the majority) is between spring and summer, where we can enjoy and rejoice their beauty. Besides their colorful personality, all of us, even the non-romantic types – admire a bunch of flowers. Their presence is intense in every corner, a painter paints a vase with roses, a bride holds her favorite flowers during her wedding, the girl waiting for the bus has a lotus flower tattoo on her arm and the jewelry designer displays her new collection inspired by roses. What if flowers are contemporary “muses” in our everyday lives? According to behavioral research conducted at the State University of New Jersey, nature (aka flowers) provides us with a simple way to improve emotional health. The presence of flowers triggers happy emotions, heightens feelings of life satisfaction and affects social behavior in a positive manner far beyond what is normally believed. Dare to be a “flower-ish” human being!