"Nature is by far the richest source of inspiration and knowledge we have." (Cruz.2015) (Douglass, 2015). Mother Nature inspires artists and poets; it is a rich source of inspiration for those who look closely. But, lately it begins to inspire scientists and engineers too. Recently, scientists have been contemplating the beauty of nature and its creatures from the biggest trees to the smallest insects.
There are always people and businesses looking for help, and it is usually easy to find a way to help, especially when you are in FBLA. When Ms. Mirabal told the class about our community service project, I was excited because I never really volunteered before. Becoming involved in community service provided me with much pleasure because it actually made me feel like a better person for helping someone in my community. The summer before my freshman year, I volunteered at the Alper JCC’s summer camp as an L.I.T (leader in training). I chose this place because it has always been a second home to me, and I have always wanted to be a
“The next day the young sportsman hovered about the woods. He told her many things about the birds and what they knew and where they lived and what they did with themselves.” By being in the woods where many birds live, the young man is able to indulge in his desire to hunt birds. In addition, he is able to share his knowledge and love of birds with Sylvia. In conclusion, it is evident that the environment a person grows and lives in shapes the person she is. This is seen with the character Sylvia because by living in a secluded place, this allows Sylvia to enjoy nature and be herself.
The first teacher Monet ever received lessons from was Eugene Boudin. Boudin owned a shop where Monet, at age 15, would display his artwork. Seeing his potential, Boudin was compelled to teach Monet. Eugene educated Monet about landscape paintings. He introduced him to the world of nature in a way that young Monet would have never realized.
Although I am initially an introvert, I actually love socialization after creating a group of trustworthy peers. My goal was to be able to find those peers that I was able to confide in and also have common interests. I got overwhelmed by this process and was not as open minded as I would have hoped because my thought process was that everyone already had their group of friends and I did not. However, I was very wrong by this assumption and actually became close with people within my Living Learning Community. I attended two football games and have bonded over homework and different college transition experiences with my new group of friends.
According to Hussain Nasr, “To be peace with the Earth one must be at peace with Heaven” (Nasr, 1968: 14). What it reflects that human beings ought to protect nature for ours, not otherwise. To maintain peace in human society we ought to establish harmonious life with nature. Human being makes this possible by not to inflict harm the nature for his/her luxurious need. If this be so then there is peace here and hereafter.
I have been an avid outdoorsman for as long as I can remember. I grew up hiking the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania and fly-fishing on some amazing streams. While fly-fishing, I was learning some of the nuances of aquatic insect life years before I would study them in college. These hobbies, as I viewed them, sustained me through many monotonous weeks in junior high and high school, and buoyed me during later challenges in college and in my work life. But I never thought that I might be able to turn my hobbies into a career.
To Chief Kenneth: It may sound clichéd but I’m grateful to you for being there every time I needed your company. Thank you for the good times. Thank you for fond memories. Thank you being part of my vacation. There are some unexpected events that happened during my vacation which I’m very grateful, but it couldn’t have been materialized without you.
ASED has been striving, since its inception in September 2001 to meaningfully engage young people to know, conserve and enhance the natural environment around them. They have reached out to over 40,000 young people, their parents, and community with the message of biodiversity conservation. More than 4,000 youth nature leaders have been created in the National Capital Region, Haryana, Orissa and West Bengal through the Green Rhinos Program. We also have helped the Garden High School, Kolkata to start a Nature Club for its middle school students. Following are the ways in which we can collaborate to start the Nature
Whether or not we can do anything about the earth 's situation isn 't up to us. Our role in how in we handle nature is very disputed. Our responsibility to nature is to manage and take care of it. "We are, in fact, the masters, like it or not." This quote from Thomas Lewis in his article the Natural Man, is very accurate, we are the masters of the earth.