A person is holding a green-leafed plant.

On Teaching the Love for Environment

Photo by Chokniti Khongchum: https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-holding-green-leafed-plant-2280551/ If pollution, world hunger, extreme climate change, and global warming aren't enough to grab your attention and make you advocate passionately for the Earth, nothing will.  Why is environmental protection important? Why do people give time and attention to learning how to preserve and conserve this place they call Earth … Continue reading On Teaching the Love for Environment

man on top of a rock, nature

Nature, Poetry, and Self-Reflection

Photo by Daffa Rayhan Zein: https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-in-gray-shit-sitting-on-rock-boulder-694458/ Nature has always played an essential function in literature, particularly in poetry. Writers and poets have often used nature to describe their feelings and ideas about life, death, love, and war. The Task of Nature in Literature  Nature is the environment that surrounds us; it can be a medium … Continue reading Nature, Poetry, and Self-Reflection

walking near the cityscape outsooors

Walking for the Benefit of the Greater Good

Walking is the most straightforward exercise. Anybody who can do it as long as they are willing to. Sure, it can be a bit tiresome to take a walk from point A to point B, but that is entirely the point of the activity. Today’s world has been so focused on minimizing the mechanical actions … Continue reading Walking for the Benefit of the Greater Good

Bird’s-Eye View : On How to Protect the Nature’s Gift

Looking up above, you can see the magnificent creation in the large picture. View that consist of plants, animals, bodies of water, and high-peak mountains. As a matter of fact, the beautiful symmetry of nature’s view tells us something beyond its surface that we cannot see just by looking. That’s why the best option that … Continue reading Bird’s-Eye View : On How to Protect the Nature’s Gift