The first that could have ever come into existence was nature and hopefully that would be the last thing that would remain and obviously in the most unnatural form. Whatever we see around us that had been there much before we started breathing is slowly being replaced by man-made pandemonium, malls and skylines. Work is worship motto has been replaced by the motto work is obsession and this obsession is forcing the people not to concentrate on the nature that still exists.
We should feel privileged for being one of the last generation to witness the beauty of the last remnants of the nature.
People are so much engrossed in their day to day activities that they do not find time to pay heed to the beautiful and large yet minute activities going around them. Large yet minute, why? If we take an example of the sun rise, how many people do you think experience the thrill of watching the rising sun? Most of them don't do, either most of the people sleep or the remaining are in a rush of going to the offices. This rush and unwanted phobia of punctuality has killed the interest of people in discovering the beauty of nature.
Beauty lies everywhere, have you ever noticed the rising sun on a wintry morning? It seems as if the sun is coming out of the blanket of clouds as it is warm enough, and the spreading lights are like the arms stretching just as we do after we wake up. There is so much to relate and so much to learn from the nature yet we choose to confine ourselves and our thoughts to a computer screen.