Beauty is a part of nature that fulfils our needs, but not physical ones such as food to eat, water to drink, clothes to wear and place to stay. It is a passionate desire to satisfy your heart. Beauty appears in form of colour, like red, yellow and green; outline, like straight, curl, and curve; motion, like rotary and linear; and grouping, like birds that fly together for migration. To perceive the beauty in nature we have to use our eyes. Because we have to appreciate every natural object; such as landscape of a mountain, scenery of the sky, shape of trees, or habit of animals as they are pieces of iconography rather than by their utility. For example, I wear some kinda type of clothing not only in order to cover my body from being naked but also to express my individual identity.
I highlight that there are main points concerning our use of nature’s beauty. They are medicinal qualities, spiritual elements and intellectual properties which I will go deeper one by one.
The first is the medicinal qualities of nature’s beauty. Walking in the woods or along seashore relives those who are burdened by tight schedule, stressful work and study, or tense urban environment. Because nature has healing and restorative powers, by just looking at its beauty we get relax. Otherwise, if we are obsessed to hunt nature’s beauty too eagerly, we will be tricked by nature’s illusions. For example, twilight in the afternoon happens for only a limited period of time, we cannot see it for a whole day. A quotation ‘the tighter you hold sand, the more you lose it’ may help increasing your understanding.
The second is spiritual element. God creates nature as place for human to live. Therefore, He touches nature with beauty for human to keep their necessities and the viability of nature in harmony. Only virtuous people who are wise in occupying natural resources will be rewarded. For instance, Buddhism, among other religions, is the most respectful toward nature. They are vegetarians;...