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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Nature Nature "We need the tonic of wilderness...At the same time that we are earnest toexplore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious andunexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed andunfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough of nature.-Henry David Thoreau, Walden *The sounds of nature are soothing.You don't have to be in nature all the time, but when you're hurt, let them healyou.* Time is man made. There is no timein nature. Take a moment to relax.* The things that stress us out are allabout time. Think in nature, but notabout those things. About more importantthings.*Animals have responsibilities too. We thinkthey couldn't possibly be as big as ours, butwe think the same thing about others. *There will always be things that youdon't like, but that doesn't mean you can'tenjoy everything else.*That being said, those things you don't likealso serve a purpose.*Nature can help you realize where youbelong, even if that place is not in nature.*Don't destroy things in nature. Those thingsare home to something or a lot of somethings,so don't ruin that home unless you absolutelyneed to.*Don't litter. Recycle. Take care of the Earth, and remember that the Earth has always cared for you. Emerson, Ralph Waldo. "Nature". Elements of Literature fifth course. Kylene Beers and Lee Odell (ed.) Holt: Austin, 2005. 182-183. Print. Thoreau, Henry David. "Walden". Elements of Literature fifth course. Kylene Beers and Lee Odell (ed.) Holt:Austin, 2005. 193-204. Print
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