Save our nature!
It is hard to say what the meaning of nature is. ‘Nature’ refers to life in general – various types of living plants and animals, the weather and all the things around us. It seems that ‘nature’ is something completely known for people, because we know it from our observations, and also from the physics, biology and geography books. But the knowledge that these sciences give us is changeable. “Nature likes to hide” – it is so right, because nature has so many secrets and mysteries that we haven’t even thought of.
In the Renaissance people discovered the beauty of nature and they tried to appreciate it. Beauty took an important place in the arts and book stories. Nature has inspired so many photographers, painters and artists. While some of us perpetuate it, most of the people are not able to understand its grandeur and greatness.
Pollution is one of the most serious problems in our century. There are different kinds of pollution that affect the air, water and soil. In my view acid rain can be very dangerous for our life. It has harmful effects on plants, animals and infrastructure. The rain is caused by human activities and carelessness. Yes! You, the person who is a part of nature, actually pollute it. And how do you want to live in a beautiful and clean nature when you don’t want to do anything to make your life better and easier? When you change your thinking about the world around, you will actually change your life. It sounds easy, but I don’t think so!
‘The Eden for me, this is the nature. The Eden for nature now, this is a world without people.’ It’s really interesting and of course there is a big truth in it. For us there is only one Eden – the one on Earth. Nowadays people do everything with their “great minds”. They invent new machines and technologies. But with this same mind they destroy the only thing which is more powerful – nature.
People want to determine the rules on Earth. They possess so many things but they are speechless and powerless when they are in front of NATURE! Save it and it will save you!
Miriana 11th ‘B’