In contrast, the revelation of the natural world directly and immediately awakens a sense of awe and mystery . . . It arouses, as well, a tendency to worship."
This is a bit stronger than I might put it, but it is a good corrective for our over intellectualized, overly language-tied approach to what is and what more it is (the divine), and as a call to pay attention to what is there before us, not hidden behind text or what someone says.