Q. What happens when we see ourselves as seperate from or as a part of nature?
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What happens when we see ourselves as seperate from or as a part of nature?


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  • moods

    Great question I beleive the world we are in today is the perfect testemant to what can happen we we see ourselves seperated from nature the level of expansion and destrucion we have caused as a race is disgusting granted it has come with many benifists luxry health care and cuality of life but to what cost Humans: Cause Of Extinction Of Nearly 500 Species Since 1900 here is the link http://www.techtimes.com/articles/64... we can stand to learn alot form this world and the nature we live in there has been a Generational decline in testosterone levels observed witch is conserning to me as a man we are also lossing touch with the natural our sense of smell and hearing and site is under constant attack especialy if you are in a city we as human need nature the smells the sights the sounds this keeps us connected to the world around us unlike todays world with the iphone tv computers all that good stuff constantly throwing Posative ions at us An excess of positively charged ions in your environment is believed to contribute to tiredness and a lack of energy, tension, anxiety and irritability. Positive ions in the air have even been investigated as a contributing factor for asthma and depression.In nature, positive ions are commonly formed by high winds, dust, humidity and pollution and are at their highest levels just before an electrical storm. This has been hypothesized as why so many people feel so uneasy before a storm and why respiratory problems are commonly reported at this time as well. https://negativeionizers.net/negativ...
    there are ways to help such as Himalayan salt lamps they produce negative ions. “Salt crystal is naturally hygroscopic, absorbing water molecules from the air. Negative ions are molecules with extra electrons. They’re odorless, tasteless, and invisible to the naked eye. When we find ourselves near mountains, beaches, and waterfalls, the freshness in the air is caused by the abundance of negative ions.https://healthyline.com/negative-ions-benefi... if you cant tell im a firm believer in getting back and staring close and connected to the world around us we have only come so far because of this great mother earth and it is this earth that has given us medicals building supplies and soo much more it has show us how the laws of nature work and has given us the greatest gift of consiousness something that is truely amazing when you think about it
    thanks for such a fun answer happy Answers lookforward for more to come


       

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  • asterix

    When we are part of nature, we nurture and value other natural things. When we are separated from nature, we disregard the need to care for natural resources.

    One of humanities strongest features is our sense of Empathy, and the reason why both of the above are true.


       

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  • kiaazad

    nature has a suicidal way to get rid of anything harmful, the living conditions are very delicate, when we disturb this ballance nature strikes back bye getting rid of few milions of us with many options we call “natural disaster”
    it’s like how our body reacts when it’s under attack by microbes and virouses


       

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