World Environment Day: Time To Thank Nature!
World Environment Day: Time To Thank Nature - On this World Environment Day, nature has gotten a break from the excessive exploitation and pollution it's used to all thanks to the pandemic.
Due to the pandemic, nature has gotten a break from the excessive exploitation and pollution it's used to. That's the only silver lining one can possibly see, as the great rivers turn blue again, and the sky seems brighter than ever. The morning tea has become more delightful thanks to the beauty and aesthetics of nature. For the first time in a long time, nature is not being exploited, which is quite evident.
Almost every single time we consume is a product of nature's divinity. From the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe to the weather that makes our planet habitable, everything comes from nature. So it's our duty to be grateful, thank nature for all the gifts and do something to sustain it. So on this world environment day, you can take out a couple of minutes to plant seeds, minimize your carbon footprint, or simply increase the use of organic and biologically degradable things in your daily life.
This world environment day, make sure you express gratitude to nature one way or the other, after all, let's not forget just how therapeutic a mere glance at the blue sky and puffy clouds can be. So, just appreciate it's very presence around us and do something to preserve it. This lockdown try to do some gardening or just feel the warmth that sunrise bestows on the world (you'd be looking on the bright side, literally!). Nature doesn't ask for much as it has all the power to do and undo quite a lot. The least we can do is not become exploitative and express more gratitude. This World Environment Day all you've got to do this say thanks and keep yourself healthy and happy.
Happy World Environment Day, y'all!