Adopt the pace of Nature, her secret is patience-Ralph Waldo Emerson

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My friend, who has the patience to be patient?

Everybody is in a hurry to finish off things as fast as possible.

Naturally, the resultant quality suffers.

Everybody wants to make a fast buck in a short time!

It’s a human instinct, so there is nothing wrong as per everybody.

Fruits and vegetables are ripened with artificial chemicals. Who cares about the health concerns?

When I was young, I wished to be a popular guy in the shortest time possible and those days we were influenced by the cinema world.

Human greed is unique

Selfishness and greed are said to be part of human traits. 

We are aware that they are included in the 7 deadly sins, still, we plead ignorance.

Human greed compounding Nature’s tragedy.

Mass production of products in a short time resulting in poor quality.

And the resulting pollution is said to be the greatest destroyer of Mother Nature.

Though we know that the finished products are not just substandard, they are also harmful to the individual health + adds to the pollution.

Let me be frank here

I shall give a simple example.

We all know that any plastic product is harmful to Mother Nature and the very existence of humans is in danger.

Sadly majority is finding it difficult to adjust without plastic products.

Probably it’s something to do with our mindset. 

Mother Nature doesn’t care when we destroy it

Mother nature has patience and never complains.

But Mother Nature is kind enough to give us hints.

And Mother Nature shows us the outcome of such destruction, in the form of famine, earthquake, floods, corona pandemic…the list is long my friend.

Why we are bent on destroying Mother Nature, knowingly we are dependent on her?

I don’t have a ready answer.

We humans behave the way we are supposed to behave.

By the time we learn lessons-maybe, it’s too late!

And yet Nature continues to enthral us!

“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.”  David Attenborough

 

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

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