Where are those days when i could walk freely without the masks or the protective clothings?
When i was a kid I thought nature will always be this way “Fresh and Kind”. As i grew everything changed and turned into something artificial. The food we eat has preservatives, the air we swallow is polluted, the things we touch has bacterias & viruses etc. What is pure ? Are we caged? Is playing with nature is also a crime and are we really criminals?
And now Nature is punishing us where we don’t need any guard or security to lock ourselves! Human ego tends to think of things in nature as being useful for us or useless in general. It's a pretty incredible conceit.Truly observing nature teaches us that everything under heaven has its own purpose, and we should value what each creature does, even if it doesn't aid our own survival.We are destroying nature at an unprecedented rate, threatening the survival of a million species – and our own future, too.But it’s not too late to save them and us. Transforming our civilisation to make it more sustainable will require more connected thinking.There’s a very fragmented approach and We’ve got to think about all these things in a much more holistic way.
We are destroying our own home and Nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing climate crisis.Covid-19 outbreak is a “clear warning shot”.It is always human behaviour that caused diseases to spill over into humans.“There are too many pressures at the same time on our natural systems and something has to give.We are intimately interconnected with nature, whether we like it or not. If we don’t take care of nature, we can’t take care of ourselves.After this outbreak We cannot go back to business as usual.
I would hope this gives people a perspective on the very dominant role that humanity now plays on Earth.If you are still not convinced these images will give you an idea about how our upcoming generations going to breathe.
Stay home and Stay Safe
Model & Concept by - Shanaya Arora
Shot by - Nitin Arora