“Observe the nature carefully With its big and small creatures That teaches us the great lessons of life” Nowadays due to rat race in day-to-day living, human beings are alienated from nature.
It teaches us real selflessness, true renunciation and sacrifice etc. Nature is a silent teacher, friend, philosopher and guide.
It was great to see so many of you at Chris Packham's People’s Walk for Wildlife on Saturday 22 September.
It was an important event to help us bring attention to the plight of wildlife across the UK.
Great as those places are, nature is also on our doorstep all year round. Just add your own curiosity, a chunk of attention span and a dollop of patience.
Asked to give their favourite views, Britons tend to put natural heritage before buildings and cityscapes.
Metaphorically, nature teaches us that each person just needs to be treated with care and be handled in the proper “light” to thrive at their best capabilities.
When we take the time to learn what those specific things are, we watch our friends and loved ones “flourish” to realms in their life beyond all expectations…because “the only limits are those we place on ourselves” for there are no limits. A tree 40yrs all with great height and spread, still stands, but just few feet above the ground when its cut….years to build itself…but all down for an axe.
Even watching wildlife programmes online or on the TV costs — but it’s still no substitute for experiencing nature direct.
You don’t have to go on safari, to the Amazon rainforest or to the Grand Canyon for fulfilling experiences of nature.