Don't go against nature - it still forgives man
In the early history of mankind the natural environment was the source for food and shelter. Now there is an added impetus to the hope that an understanding and love of nature will bring about a public opinion to safeguard our nature, the greatest asset we are endowed with.
Don't go against nature
Mother nature involves our natural surroundings. Nature includes not only trees,birds,clouds, wind, rocks, stars,bacteria but also sounds we can hear, heat that we can feel, gravity that pulls us to the earth. In fact, this includes everything and anything that is 'natural', that is, not made by anybody. In the early history of mankind the natural environment was the source for food and shelter. Natural materials were used by the people to fashion tools and natural fires were tamed to provide heat and light. The calls of animals and birds could indicate danger or mere contentment and man learned to know the difference because life depended on a large part upon such knowledge. With the passage of time, man was so curious about his surroundings and tried to find out just how ordinary rocks or minerals might be changed to precious metals such as gold and silver. Much of what was in part observed, and in part-imagined, became folklore, and various sayings about the weather were passed from generation to generation. However, later in the process, when a written language was developed much of what had been passed by word of mouth became a written record and many aspects of nature were included in such writings. The great religious leaders also found that the use of common place knowledge about nature could be made the basis of their moral and ethical lessons.
Buddhist teachings associated with nature
Among other great religious leaders who have stressed the importance of protecting the mother nature, Buddhism lays strong emphasis on the importance of preserving nature and always been associated with it. The Buddha was born under a tree and gained enlightenment under a tree and spent many hours in the seclusion of jungles. He even passed away under the shade of two trees. Buddhist teachings always exalted the great benefit to be derived from association with nature and discourage the destruction of plants and animals for the pleasure. Do not go against nature. Those who lead their lives by violating natural ways of life and environment must face the consequences either physically or mentally. The world is not made for humans beings alone nor is the world always made out in their favor. Worldly conditions have no favoritism; Most importantly, they are neither kind nor cruel but neutral. Mankind exist because nature allows them to do so. It is the duty of every single person to understand the real worldly condition. You are the world!