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We all look. But we all don't see. To look, you merely need eyes. To see you need a heart. You need understanding. And above all you need thankfulness. I've lived in different parts of the world and in different cultures but what remained with me throughout my life, is my connection with nature. There are sea people, mountain people, desert people. I'm a jungle person. When I'm in a forest, I am part of a universal culture and one with an environment which truly embodies what we humans like to call unity in diversity. We pay lip service to this concept while focusing more on our differences and using them to hate each other and build walls to keep us separate from each other. In nature, in the forest, those walls don't exist, hatred has no place. A predator kills for food. Not out of hatred. Animals don't rape, torture or destroy out of hatred. They don't loot, burn and take delight in mayhem. That's why I like to retreat to their world from time to time, to remind myself that an alternate to our world is not only possible but already exists. If only we can see.