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Since the time of Adam and Eve mankind has changed We no longer see interact or depend on nature the same way as we did thousands of years ago Yet we are still very much connected to the earth Mankind continues to be engaged in natures challenge to survive Our relationship with nature is stronger everyday as our understanding of the world expands Our human lives are built around the inevitable laws and affects of nature And so while our perspectives and functions in nature have dramatically changed mankind remains intimately and inseparably attached to the rest of creation Mankind has excelled at natures game of survival of the fittest We have learned not only to adapt and to endure the whims of nature but we have found ways to manipulate nature itself to ensure the welfare of our race We have learned to take to exploit and to pollute nature and its resources so that we may more easily survive It is because of this that we have risen above all of natures other creations We are alienated from the rest of creation only in the fact that we have mastered natures law of survival allowing us to take the fate of our existence into our own hands The skills that we have developed to better our chances of survival in nature can be but a logical step in natural evolution Mankind has reached the apex of this step ahead of any other species consequently we have lost the physical need to follow the flow of the rest of nature Adam and Eve were distanced from a land of paradise where there was no need to fight for survival a land where all was provided for The segregation of mankind from the rest of creation cannot compare to the segregation of Adam and Eve from Eden because unlike Eden nature is not a paradise In the harsh real world of nature we must
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