Back when we are young and innocent, we commune with nature in the same manner and tenacity of our innocence. We gaze in amazement at how wide the world before us. We enjoy just as the view unfold before us and just take it as it comes without thinking of the risk man can do and are doing.
Our commune with mother earth started when we first walk, first swim on a sea, first boat ride across an island, first taste of fruits, first touch of sand and many more. We have had the opportunities to be in nature’s awesome glory and beauty even in its remoteness, simplicity and ordinariness in our own fishing community. When we grew older, our commune varies. We get out of nature to find greener pastures and as we searched, we come to strange metropolis and cities whose pollution has distorted what we viewed of it. While already working, we always crave for our commune, self-reflecting chance to be with simplicity in nature again – which explains why many of us, in a tiring week, seek vacation in beaches and mountains. We wanted the ‘old’ us back while we live our ‘new’ us in cities.