What life lessons have you learned from your environment?

The best things are really free. It's okay to be a human being instead of being a human being. Good things always follow bad things. On the other hand, human beings are always in a hurry.

We get overloaded with work that we can't fit into for 24 hours and then we get stressed out. Disconnect to reconnect with yourself. Set your priorities and change the pace of your life. We learn by watching others, receiving formal instructions, and reading and exploring on our own.

The mere fact of living and interacting with others provides experiences that challenge us and encourage us to think, grow and ask questions. Nature also teaches me a lot about how to live my life. Which is not surprising, after all, you and I are nature. We have much more in common with trees than with technology.

That's why I look to plants, animals, the climate and even the entire universe to guide me in my life. People like to judge others. This peer pressure can cause you to deviate from the path you began to chart for your future. Don't worry about other people's aspirations, don't let someone else's goals and dreams influence your vision of life.

It's your path and you decide where it takes you and how long it takes to complete it. When I was 17 years old, I became interested in how nature can offer practical lessons and answers to the challenges I faced in my own life.