Is It The Whole World Kin? Essay

1044 Words Jan 28th, 2016 5 Pages
Famous playwright, William Shakespeare once said, “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin”. Imagine if there were no plants or animals, how would humans survive? Humans depend on the environment, whether for medicine, entertainment, ambience, or companionship. Humans gain knowledge from nature, for example: in 1947, NASA sent Albert II, a male rhesus monkey, into outer space to see if he could survive in the harsh conditions, and he did. Albert II allowed for NASA to send humans into outer space,and even allowed for man to walk on the moon. Humans collaborate with the environment to expand the awareness and curiosity of their world, to compensate wildlife, for companionship, and artistry. Humans savor nature and it’s allure. The environment can astound people with its grace. In Arizona during the spring of 1998, the deserts filled with flourishing flowers of a variety of chroma. The botanical desert woke people from their houses and everyone was astonished by how the gloomy barren had turn into a thriving canvas of reds, oranges, and yellows (Kingsolver 51). This exhilarating power of luminosity is an exceptional precedent of what can animate someone to crave more knowledge. Barbara Hurd made this comparison of starfish to the outer space, “making their way through a galaxy spread out at our feet,” (Hurd). This comparison can indulge the reader to learn more about sea stars and their beauty. The more something captivates someone, the more that person wants to…

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