|Who among us does not like to be in nature? Inhale
the fragrant smell of fresh foliage; enjoy the light
breeze from the sea, walk through the autumn park;
collecting bright foliage, or ski on a snow-covered
forest track. All this, without a doubt, is very
pleasant and always improves mood, promotes a surge
of strength and restoration of vital energy.
The fact that nature has a beneficial effect
not only on our mental, but also on our physical
condition, has been known for a long time. It's
not for nothing that earlier people with poor
health traditionally went to be treated "on
the waters" or moved to the south, closer
to the sea. And today, many of us strive to visit
some health resort with geysers or, for example,
healing mud at the first opportunity.
For artists, nature often serves as a source
of inspiration. It is not for nothing that many
beautiful poems and paintings were created, in
the words of artists, in the open air, i.e. in
the open air.
It seems to me that only being in nature, we
can truly know ourselves. At such moments, we
always feel calm, all experiences and negative
thoughts remain far behind, and they are replaced
by a pleasant and joyful feeling of freedom.
I think that such a magical influence of nature
on man is explained by the fact that we were created
to live in unity with it. As soon as we plunge
into the atmosphere of modern urban life, this
balance is disturbed and a feeling of discomfort
arises. Harmony can be restored only by leaving
the city for nature at least for a short time.