Learning From Nature

Translations:Русский
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The forest is an fascinating combination of fast, fleeting and slow, eternal. A raindrop flew by. You won’t see it again. Trees stand here for a couple hundreds years. They are going to stay for a couple hundred years more.

”Rain in an Oak Forest”, Ivan Shishkin, 1891, oil on canvas.

”Rain in an Oak Forest”, Ivan Shishkin, 1891, oil on canvas.

The older I get, the more it seems to me that:

  1. Every beautiful thing is created by nature.
  2. Human creations are pitiful semblance, a distorted copy.

But I don’t agree with it. Feels like it’s thought of a fixed mindset, and I am yet to learn how to deal with it properly.