That is the trees, the hills, the ponds, the livestock, etc.
One of the greatest stuff that can occur to you is to experience nature.
Nature needs to be correctly cared for and kept smooth and tidy, preventing it from being destroyed so that we can appreciate our nature indefinitely.
Nature is the most valuable gift that the Lord has allowed us to appreciate but not to damage it. But while we enjoy the blessings that she gives us, we overlook that in the future we are plundering her possessions and thus denying our kids the enjoyment of loving nature in all its abundance and diversity.
Nature, however, is not restricted to parks, beaches, resorts, hills or woods.
Even in the biggest towns, nature can be seen and appreciated.
There are some days when the sunlight seems to dance, to weave and frolic with tongues of fire between the blades of grass. High up in the treetops, the leaves swayed, but on the ground, the grass was silent, limp and unmoving. On the edge of a small wood, an ancient tree sat hunched over, the gnarled, old king of a once vast domain that had long ago been turned to pasture.
The great, gray knees gripped the hard earth with a solidity of purpose that made it difficult to determine just where the tree began and the soil ended, so strong was the union of the ancient bark and grainy sustenance.
Every moment we chopped down a tree, every moment the sea is destroyed by a petroleum spill, let us know that we are losing the most valuable heritage we can leave for our kids. In reality, in relation to the various structures such as cardiovascular, neurological, and so on, the human body interacts with the setting through vision, listening, taste, smell, and touch.
It is usually presumed that nature means a region's geographically determined ecology.