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This quote by Calvin Coolidge the30thPresident of the United States shows that nature has a healing power and it gives soothing feelings Nature can serve us as a source of pure cosmic energy that has an important aspect of spiritual healing that helps to recharge our body and soul The beauty of nature excites our senses but it also is a perfect place to experience personal growth and meditation Nature gives positive emotions and it releases us from our intense stressful daily lives People dont protect nature as they should Unfortunately the more technologically savvy our society becomes and as our cities become larger and more urbanized our connection with nature gets weaker Society becomes aggressive and greedy The natural world has always been an important subject for poets and prose writers For instance writers during the Romantic age escalated the meaning and importance of nature in human life William Wordsworths Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey and William Blakes Song of Innocence and of Experience draw a significant line between nature and the city Both poets degrade city life as a factor that makes people selfish and immoral At the same time the views on nature diverge sharply Wordsworth perceives nature as a source of restoration that has a positive influence on the human mind whereas Blake observes nature as more ambiguous collapsing binaries of good and evilBoth poets believe that the city brings the destruction of human mind by corrupting our thoughts and destroying good qualities that human possess Wordsworth greatly depicts negativity and heaviness of city life and the way it destroyers his mind and soul In his text he conveys his feelings of isolation and gloominess living in the city Memories of innocent childhood and memories about nature give him sensation sweet feelings when in reality he is in lonely rooms and mid the dinof towns and cities In Wordsworth words the greed and the harshness of
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