We brighten our sight when we view greenery and vegetation all around.If it is summer, we enjoy sitting and standing in the cool shade of trees.
We brighten our sight when we view greenery and vegetation all around.If it is summer, we enjoy sitting and standing in the cool shade of trees.Tags: Literature Review Writing Services2007 Essay InternationalQuestions Critical ThinkingWriting Review Of LiteratureHomework Sheets Year 6Proposal Research Methodology
The villagers moving together with their animals and tools (implements) and working in the fields let us feel the charms of their basic activities in nature.
The parks in the cities have beautiful natural scenes for us.
When you hear the word nature, what do you think it is? I believe that nature is everything that was put on this earth whether it is the food we eat, the water we drink, or the wood we use to build our houses.
Others may think nature is just the oceans and the forests, but no matter what you think nature is we all must take care of it because it was given to us.
The moon is a pale maiden and the ocean is her lover. And in the dark nights, the stars shine like sleepless sentinels (watchmen) of the night.
Byron said, The snow-clad mountains with the neighbor, with the sky, are the greatest sight.
The clear cool waters, the gentle breezes, the coiling rivers, the bubbling springs, the freshwater lakes and the snow-clad mountains of Kashmir are very charming indeed.
While praising the beauty of Kashmir a poet has aptly said: Baron loved the stormy ocean and called it the Image of God and the Throne of the Almighty. When the full moon sketches her silvery beams and shines on the earth, there is a commotion in the sea and mountainous tides rise high as if to touch the moon.
The early settlers didn't really think of nature as the source of life because the nature that they lived with was so vast and so untouched they never imagined that what they did to it would hurt it in any way.
The Indians on the other hand, thought that everything in nature was of equal importance.