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When I was young I never gave much thought to the fragility of nature Outside the same fluffy little squirrels would run from tree to tree in front of my childhood home Mornings were often damp and moss intermingled with the grass of the lawn purging water when stepped on The Spruce trees shaded the house from the full warmth of the morning sun Only glittering beams would show through the filter of the trees The beauty outside my front door had no importance It only served to give me a sense of security because it was always there It had always been there and always would be there But sadly I never felt any kind of connection to it Although I was able to see a permanence in nature I was never able to realize its importance Only with time do we realize that permanence is an illusion we make for ourselves In time we learn that nothing is permanent The world around us is forever changing and we as people are forever changing As we grow we make these connections and many more in other areas of our lives Before we can make a connection we must first experience Without experiencing a connection cannot be fostered because without witnessing both beauty and fragility we cannot truly understand the importance of we are seeing Working remote scared me The sound of the Beavers engine was loud and hammering Occupying the noise was a vibration that rattled my bones Even with the ear muff I could feel pressure behind my ears and then they began to ring Overall the ride wasnt so bad I did wish I had not been stuffed in the back with all the mail like I was just a parcel The corners of the boxes poked at my sides and all I could think was Well there is nothing I can do about it nowThe only
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