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Don’t force Nature to prove her phenomenal superiority.

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Mayukh Datta

Have you ever cared about littering a garden or a park, whose limitless green beauty sets up a perfect atmosphere for you and your other half?

Have you ever cared about cutting down trees, demolishing forest areas to give birth to skyscrapers and factories?

Have you ever cared about exploiting natural resources beyond the limits of safety?

Have you ever cared about refining technologies to such a scale when it could pose a threat to our environment?

Have you ever cared about installing a tap into a flowing water pipe on a street?

Do you care about turning off fans and lights before you switch to another room in your house?

If you are wondering why should you even care about these petty things. I request you to invest time and effort to reincarnate your thinkology. As they say “Change is the only constant”, the good times of today may not transcend to your tomorrows.

Keeping the area or surroundings clean where you live actually benefits you. Boycotting and restricting the evildoers from shaving off trees will actually benefit you. Instead of adding up numbers to pollution level why not contribute to plant more trees. We can try to use natural resources wisely because once they get exhausted, will only come back after millions of years. Take care of the Earth. Someday you will disintegrate and will be a part of it. Take care of the thing where we all have to ultimately settle down.

Wasting money bites a human whereas wasting natural resources and energy doesn’t bite them. Maybe because our understanding of wealth is being built on the very foundation of countability and we just can never express the mysterious nature in numbers.

We have invented and discovered so many different things, but except very few of us we have never gave a second thought on –
“What will happen if our Earth has to bear an unbearable temperature?”,
“What will happen if all the glaciers melt?”,
“When the air will be saturated with hazards, how will our children breathe?”,
“What will we do with all those huge digits in our bank balance if petals shed black, trees bleed and humans sublime?”.

And, to those super-precise and super-talented scientists, technologists, and futurists thinking and researching to invent a super-device to overcome all sorts of difficulties. I have a little message for them – “Nature gave you the power, elements, and components to explore, discover and invent. All you have is Her blessings, so respect and try to protect her. Otherwise, it would be worst if you force Nature to prove Her phenomenal superiority.”

Nature has already been forced many times to prove Her superiority. What else could she do? She weeps daily. After all, she laid the first stones in building the universe with the hope of continuing with peace and mutual understanding. Think and act wisely.

Celebrate Earth Day! Plant a Tree, Plant a Life.