Then only can we enjoy the sublime sights and sounds of nature — otherwise we shall be like a man who goes to the river Ganges with a bowl full of holes.
Only a simple heart can enjoy the beauty of nature.
To a lover of nature, every object, of nature is as much living as any human being.
That is why Wordsworth wrote: “there is a spirit in the woods.” Beauties of nature are unlimited.
These tribes had a measurable impact on the environment, but their influence was relatively manageable due to their population size.
With advancements in technology and agriculture though, humans began to find more efficient ways of sustaining themselves.However, our rapid success as a species has begun to affect this natural order.With our population at seven billion and climbing, we have played a tremendous role in the disruption of the Earth’s natural systems.As a species we are assigned the duty to provide and proliferate.Our goal is to achieve stability for ourselves and our kin.Do we have the right to manipulate the land, factory farm animals, and pollute waterways?Or do we have an obligation to reduce our numbers and merely subsist?But unfortunately, the modern man is too much engrossed in worldly pursuits. He has not time to listen to the singing of the birds, to watch the clouds moving majestically across the sky or to play with the dancing daffodils.He does not look at the starry heavens; he is dead to the beauty of a rainbow in the sky.Wordsworth, a staunch lover of nature, believed that nature is a storehouse of joy and pleasure. The flowing rivulets, the sounding cataracts, the dancing winds, the smiling flowers and the lofty mountains are only some of these beauties. It provides a man with fresh energy and a new vigour. Nature is full of beauties and blessings for humanity.