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I think ,nature plays a very important role in our life... 
Importance of nature, it’s not so much that humanity has destroyed a large part of the natural world and withdrawn from the remainder. We have also expelled it needlessly from our daily lives. Today, the number of people living in urban areas has passed the number living in rural areas. Simultaneously, the home range of each person on average, the area traversed on a regular basis, is declining steadily. In the cities we do not grow our own food or hunt for it. Mostly, we pick it up at a market and have little idea of its origin. Our eyes are fastened upon the digitized images of screens. Even the images of nature we see are those of remote places, taken by other people.No matter, we say—the city sustains us, and we are happy. But so are cattle in a feedlot. They are provided with the essentials of maintenance but can never live the lives true to their species and the epic millionyear evolution that put them on Earth. They cannot visit the habitat in which they were born. They cannot roam freely, explore, learn the dangers and discover the delights that shaped their bodies and brains. And to a lesser degree, the same is true of humans in most of the cities around the world.hope it will help u friend

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Good Morning to one and all present here. I'm here to give you a speech on the topic "Importance of nature".

Everyone knows that nature plays an important role in one's life.The nature I mean include trees and huge water bodies that protect our environment. Are we protecting the thing which is protecting us?I'll surely say no.Just for marks we students speak in school that we should protect nature and so on.But do we really know the importance of nature?Nature is a boon given to us.It protects crores and crores of organisms in Earth.It gives us forests the lungs of Earth.We people smoke and not only destroy our lungs we destroy the lungs of Earth too.The reason we are able to breathe is, it's all because of nature.So friends knowing the importance of nature- LET"S SAVE NATURE AND LET"S SAVE OUR MOTHER EARTH.
                                  THANK YOU.

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The words nature and natural are used for all the things that are normally not made by humans. Things like weather, organisms, landforms, celestial bodies and much more are part of nature. Scientists study the way the parts of nature work. Things that have been made by people are said to be man-made or called artifacts.

The more technologically savvy our society becomes and as our cities become larger and more urbanized our connection with nature gets weaker and weaker. It is difficult to remember the natural beauty of a 100 year old oak tree while you dwell in the city where you are lucky to see a tree every three blocks. Our attitudes (especially people who live in very urbanized areas) tend to think that civilization surrounds nature instead of “wilderness [as] the element in which we live encased in civilization.”(1) I am not stating that our technological advances are a bad thing, but we must remember the importance of nature. People need to experience nature. One reason is that the beauty of nature excites our senses, but it also is a perfect place to experience personal growth and meditation. From a logical standpoint though, learning more about nature can lead to growth as a society. 

As humans, we are constantly looking to be awed. We look to beauty to do this. Nature offers the most pure form of beauty. Nature is stunning, yet not distracting. Our senses are enlightened by the magnificence of it yet we are not so distracted that we cannot think of anything else. It’s not the flash of a million colorful lights or the awe inspiring power of a larger than life sky scrapper. This kind of beauty demands your attention while the beauty of nature is humbly offered. A baby is a great example of our attraction to nature or just natural things in general. When there is a baby in a room full of people, people cannot help but stare and coo over it. We are attracted to them. I think a big reason for this is because they act so natural. They are not analyzing their actions, they are completely uninhibited. Society has not shaped them and told them what is right and wrong and how they should act. Everything is much more appealing in the most basic, natural form. Nature is the closest thing we have to perfection. There is no denying the fact..

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