Nature is Life!

The salvation of the world is in wild nature.
(Henry David Thoreau)

One of the many things that has changed in me since I returned to Rwanda in 2010 is my approach to nature and the need to always be surrounded by the green and the smell of the earth. The Rwanda given its climate is absolutely one of the most naturalistic countries I have ever seen and if you have the opportunity to explore places untouched by man as the Central Africa you would really be able to understand how important it is to preserve the nature that hosts us and its wonderful biodiversity. Fundamental for me is the education and awareness of respect for the nature that surrounds the human species, which by conquering a position of dominance over all other living species remains subject to the laws of nature.
With pollution we are going to change a whole series of balances that, if we are not careful, could even cause human extinction.

Having said that in my daily life, thanks to my passion I try to respect the environment around me and trying to give myself moments immersed in nature, or bringing nature to my home.
In my days off work I now have the habit of going to the nurseries and buying some new plants or everything I need to plant them. You can not understand what emotion you would give yourself when, after days of waiting, you start seeing new forms of life born under your nose; from there you can no longer do without spending a little of your time taking care of your plants,

With the passing of the years I notice a decrease in my tolerance towards those who do not respect the city in which he lives, thus assisting people who throw plastic on the ground, who does not undifferentiated and who walks with his children at sea do not notice the garbage that is the scenery for children who play on the beach, pretending that for example plastic did not exist, leaving in my opinion a bad example to the little ones.


Clean Beaches

that’s why I decided to try to organize a day with volunteers to clean the beaches so as to raise awareness and start to appreciate more the wonderful natural places that surround us. You have understood well “try”, try because informing me in the municipal offices, I have become aware that here in Italy, they could fine mine and my friends volunteers, because it is not the citizen’s job to clean public areas.

I would like to encourage all of you to make a little effort and love more this wonderful land that hosts us, especially involving the little ones in a game where you could teach the most important values ​​such as respect and love for nature, put them in contact with nature is the most beautiful gift you could do to him.

Keep on following my blog! I will publish shortly an article where I will inform you about the realization of my day dedicated to the cleaning of our beach!

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  1. oprol evorter
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    • Nyramara
      Nyramara says:

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