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Ancient Mariner Look out Below - Craaack About 15 Men and women turn their glances toward the sky and see a large perhaps 100 feet tree falling to the ground As the tree hits the solid earth everything grows very quiet All look at the lumberjack who killed this tree and find him weeping in sorrow This situation is not uncommon when dealing with Nature Nature as simple as it seems to some generates great power This power is sent to us as nature forgives only after a physical emotional and spiritual suffering The Rime of the Ancient Mariner helps implement all these teachings together In current times this power continues to teach us of forgiveness With physical suffering the power of nature shows us forgiveness many ways In the story the mariner betrays nature I shot the Albatross This action against nature is rather extreme for he takes lightly to this thought of death The Albatross as a representative of nature means nothing to the Mariner These thoughts are quickly changed though as Nature begins to start the penance leading towards forgiveness - Water water everywhere nor any drop to drink When the mariner begins to find his salvation when he begins to look on the slimy things as creatures of strange beauty Fraser 203 he understands the Albatross was a symbol of nature and he realized what he had done wrong The mariner is forgiven after sufficient penance - We could not speak - is performed by Nature Nature shows us more strength as we realize that people of today often can not forgive someone who has shot or killed another person At a spiritual level Natures power can decide if we will live or be condemned Nature is capable of presenting innermost suffering Coburn 33 upon people The mariners suffering included having his soul in agony soon afterwards After attempts at prayer and realization of what he has done -
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