Since its inception, "civilization," as we call it, has been at war with nature. For far too long we have... Read More
Since its inception, "civilization," as we call it, has been at war with nature. For far too long we have claimed a growth only for ourselves humans while forcing the organic and non-organic world to grow with us and the increasing pace of consumption.
It was humanity that made it its task to control, determine and subdue the life of nature. Nature, on the other hand, exerts a silent but constant influence on us from within and on the genetic level.
A peaceful coexistence with nature is inconceivable as long as we do not simply let it grow. To let it grow without us taking advantage of it means, perceiving and acknowledging the natural world.