Nature is friendly and benevolent as it gives food and wood for human use. To be Humane is to be useful and compassionate. Nature teaches faithfulness just as a dog is very faithful to his master. Nature, in real, is a teacher if you get the time to go out and pay attention. From naturalist knowledge to life skills, there’s something for everybody big or small.
Below are the things that we should inherit from nature:
1) TEACHES REGULARITY
Summer and winter follow each other every 7 months. Similarly, we should also be punctual and regular in whatever we do. Nature teaches punctuality. The sun rises at a particular time round the clock. Be it a morning walk, job work, meals, bathing etc. we should always try to be on time and do everything with dedication.
2) SLOW BUT STEADY WINS THE RACE
Nature proves that slow but steady wins the race. We all read the story of rabbit and tortoise. Hard work and determination are the core ingredients for success.
3) WORK AS A TEAM
Nature teaches to live in groups – herd of sheep, elephants, buck and cattle. A Human can emulate them to live peacefully in groups and small families. It becomes our duty to help each other and live together peacefully. We should always try to avoid and screeching halt any communal riots. Live together as a family that supports each other in difficult times.
4) EAT NATURAL
Food habits should be natural. Cow, goats, and buffalos never eat meat. They feed on plants and grass. Most of the animals do not disturb Human life if you allow them to live in their natural habitat. A Human should also be non-interfering. Eating healthy and green vegetables like carrot, radish, cabbage, and other leafy vegetables can improve your immune system and helps to rejuvenate.
5) EXCERSISE DAILY
Doing exercise early morning for at least 5 minutes can make you feel active and in force. Animals exercise in the course of their daily life and remain healthy. Birds use feathers to fly, fish has fins to move. Similarly, we should exercise and move our body for proper functioning of our body parts.
6) COME OUT
Animals do not enjoy living in custody. Birds like to fly long distances freely. During winter animals do not like cages nor are they happy in zoo. Don’t tease anyone for pleasure or it will react. Animals are not happy in teasing atmosphere and react violently. Similarly, we as human don’t like being tortured or compressed under social burdens. Come out and speak for yourself. Raise voice against anything wrong.
Nature gives more than what it takes. Fruits, flowers are there with little expenditure and are potentially beauteous. Fresh water, air, earth, hills, etc. are protective. Men should learn to protect his or her surroundings. Women protection is important and crucial. Soldiers give away their life for the nation. Be a helping hand to others.
Following the trail of your curiosity, you can discover amazing hidden areas where people don’t often venture. Go out and relive your fantasies.
Artists, philosophers, poets, and writers have always take inspiration from nature. Some of the greatest architectural ideas have sparked by carefully and peacefully observing nature.
10) INNER PEACE
Peace is inherent in all living creatures. When we cross boundaries, we feel free and happy.
11) DECISION- MAKING
Times may arrive when we have to take some important life- changing decisions. You have to think fast in response to what nature gives you.
Never give upon anything. Fight back all difficulties that nature offers for that teaches a new lesson