|The times when a person lived in the bosom of
nature in complete harmony with it are long gone.
Modern people voluntarily enclosed themselves in
a stone jungle, where only small islands in the
form of green parks, gardens and alleys remained
from nature. And this reality has long been familiar
Many people can live in cities for years, only
occasionally going somewhere for a picnic. Not
all families have cottages, and some people have
never even seen the sea.
Nevertheless, we all acutely feel the need to
be alone with nature, breathe clean air, enjoy
the silence and tranquility of the coniferous
forest, swim in the cool river water, and see
how the sun slowly sets over the horizon over
the mountains. But immersed in the hustle and
bustle of the city, we sometimes try not to notice
our true desires.
We are trying to make up for the lack of communication
with nature with something else. Replace the lack
of fresh air with oxygen cocktails, and the sun
with a solarium. On a hot day, we go swimming
in the pool, and we go to the aquarium or zoo
to look at the animals.
We sincerely try to convince ourselves that this
is exactly the life we have always dreamed of,
but it is enough to go out of town for at least
a short time to understand that all this is a
hoax. Only there, in the bosom of nature, our
heart begins to beat especially often and the
world around us acquires new colors. The soul
rejoices, and amazing bright ideas are born in
Quite unexpectedly, from somewhere there are
forces to wander for hours along forest trails,
pick berries and listen to the singing of birds.
Splash in the lake until sunset, and get up at
dawn and go fishing.
This is what real life looks like! Beautiful,
bright, absolutely devoid of fuss. And it is very
important for all those who live in the city not
to forget about their natural connection with
nature and strive to restore harmonious relations
with the outside world.