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The Voice of Nature

The Voice of Nature

The modern man, who is no longer able to perceive the "voice of nature", not only endangers the balance of ecology in his environment, but also suffers from an increasing level of pollution within himself.

Do we want to let things take their course, do we want to expose ourselves to certain dangers in blind trust that fate will have it or that things will somehow continue - or do we want to make an effort to help ourselves?


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