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    Beauty, thy name is nature.

    Nature is the creation of God. The sky, the land, and the water surrounding it is all a part of nature. Our very existence on the planet earth is due to nature. Nature nourishes our bodies both physical and spiritual. The food we need is grown in nature. The believers in God feel that by connecting with nature one can connect with God. The great saints of our country made the Himalayas their abode and roamed in nature to connect with God.

    The beauty of nature can be seen in its changing colors with the changing seasons. The Sun gives our planet the light and heat needed. Sunlight is essential for the growth of food we need. The moon gives us cool soothing light. The water we need to irrigate our crops is a gift of nature. The rainy season creates wonders on the land. The entire landscape changes its colors. The forests change their color. The trees bear fruits and flowers. Many forms of insects come to life with rains.

    A walk in nature uplifts our moods. Whenever we are feeling down and are in low spirits. a walk in nature does wonders to our body and mind. The chirping birds and greenery around us make all the difference. Just being in nature is enough to restore our mental happiness. For those spiritually inclined, being in nature helps them understand themselves for inner peace.

    Nature gives us air to breathe, water to drink, and grow food and all other things free. Nature should not be abused. Respect nature and get all the benefits it offers mankind. With all these things, can we not say "Beauty thy name is nature?"
  • #754811
    An excellent Forum post from KVRR Sir. I only want to state two points:

    1. Humans have been destroying other species (flora and fauna) and consuming the resources allotted to them by the Almighty.
    2. Even among the mankind, there is no equitable distribution of resources.

    We (the humans) must rectify ourselves and we have to do it at the earliest.

    “Khamosh rahoon toh mushkil hain, keh doon toh shikayat hoti hain" (It is difficult to remain silent; But if I speak, they complain.) --------- Saba Afghani

  • #754815
    What a lovely contribution from the author and his thought process need to be appreciated. The nature has been the best friend of human being and we find solace and succor being with nature and even it ignites the thought process. Once I had the chance to view the interview of famous musician M S Viswanathan who is known for giving best scores of music rendition in Old Tamil movies and everytime he tries for new. But he often goes to beach side or lonely place where he can interact with nature and get some idea about new music notes. So nature has been the inspiration for us and many has learned many things from the nature and it is unfortunate that we fail to keep nature in its place and by interfering in its habitat with a view to destroy and create human existence, the nature seems to be running away.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #754818
    Earlier there were only natural things. However, in the modern world, many things have been created by humans e.g. plastics, chemical weapons, nuclear bombs, cacophonic noise, air conditioners, pollution etc. Thus the balance of nature has got disturbed.

    Not only that, humans have created factors like religion, caste, creed, languages, races, countries etc. to divide mankind artificially. Therefore, presently natural beauty is not available in its pristine form. Gradually, we are drifting away from the blessings and rewards of natural beauty.

    The growing population is causing humans to cut trees and disturb the natural flora and fauna. Thus, unfortunately, we are not leaving much for our future generations to enjoy the natural beauty.

    Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.

  • #754822
    The author has presented the beauty of nature in a seductive way only after that. Life feels very joyful and pleasant when we are with nature with it. The greenery of trees, gusts of wind, waves of rivers, peaceful atmosphere of mountains. All these cannot be compared with any part of life because it is life in itself. As we are seeing, nowadays people are moving ahead in harming nature, if this initiative is taken to save nature, then perhaps this nature will give us a life full of health and happiness in blessings.

  • #754840
    A nice depiction of nature and its beauty. Human beings are fortunate enough that nature has provided us everything from the picturesque sites to the valuable resources of all kinds and we all are benefited by it in our lives in a variety of ways. We all in our own ways appreciate the beauty of the nature in myriads of ways but it is also our duty to maintain and sustain this beauty for the future generations to come. The blind deforestation, polluting the environment, discharging the hazardous materials in the rivers and seas, and other such wrong actions have deteriorated the environment and there is a danger that nature might not remain as beautiful as it is today.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #754844
    It is a nice representation by the author that we are fortunate enough to have got the natural resources to enjoy the world with all the natural gifts but again the world has been divided with our created boundaries such as upper and lower castes, rich and poor, cultured and uncluttered and so on creating a complex in our own thinkings. Again the natural beauty is being eroded by our selfish attitudes. There had been abundant trees all around us but with the times, there has been the considerable depletion of of such trees. Then we can witness hazardous gases emitting from the chimneys of the industries polluting the surroundings. Pollution has given a rise on numerous diseases threatening the human health. We are sure that we cannot provide the beauty of the world to the next generations with our irresponsible acts. Let us save our world with the rational steps to protect its natural beauty.


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