nature

Egypt
October 12, 2009 3:34pm CST
i love nature. sky. the mountain. trees. sunrise and sunset. ilove the sea and rivers. of this nature move the fine feelings in humans and placed it in a full happiness. and what about you also
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@brisk123 (2826)
• India
13 Oct 09
I love nature too.I like mountains, hills, rivers, sky,the big trees and birds chirping,the sunset and many more.This is the reason why I find very difficult to adjust to city life.City life is crowded and pollution is everywhere.No greenery, no trees or rivers.All you can see is big buildings and towers with huge vehicles running everywhere on the road.
• Egypt
13 Oct 09
hi brisk, this is big difference between city life and rural good luck,
• China
13 Oct 09
Frankly speaking, anooh, comparing with nature, I like places with cultural ethos a little more. Maybe I'm a little picky. I prefer the places mixed natural factors with cultural factors well. For example, I'm eager to traveling to five sacred mountains in China. Firstly, they are natural views. But as time goes by, many literators and people settle there in history and now left and are leaving their trace there. We can trace these ancestors. This is my favorite. But of course, when I'm with nature, I can put myself in it completely. It makes me forget everything unhappy and just enjoy it! It's also wonderful!
• Egypt
13 Oct 09
hi OrangJuice, historical also have a particular charm.and trace these ancestors. good luck.
• United States
13 Oct 09
I love nature. The trees because of their shade and beauty in numbers. Flowers because of their elegance and magnificance. Rain because of its cleansing and life-bringing abilities. The grass because of the comfort it offers to my bare feet. The wind because of its ability to invoke a feeling of freedom and calmness. Just the overall peaceful state of nature is what I love.
• Egypt
13 Oct 09
hi pearlist, feeling good and beautiful. This is what give it to us by nature with greetings ,
@Pose123 (21666)
• Canada
13 Oct 09
Hi anooh, I too love nature, that's why I don't think I could ever be happy living in a big city. The town where I live now has less then two thousand people and we live near the sea. I grew up in an even smaller community and as a child spent much of the summers out in the woods and meadows, fishing, picking berries and playing. Blessings.
• Egypt
13 Oct 09
hi pose you are right. nature makeshappiness and tranquility,and beautifull thing that you grows between the arms of nature with my greetings