Simple, but beautiful

As you know me, I always start to write about how you should be or how I changed. Today I want to write something new. It's a very important topic these days for me, but definitely also for others. I spent my last 2 summers working in Germany. This year I spent my summer relaxing in the nature. I was chilling some time on my weekendhouse near a river where I spent my childhood. I have some really beautiful memories of that place which I will never forget. But I started to notice how everyday someone throws their trash in the river. The shore of the river also has everywhere trash like bottles, plastic and glass. I got angry at us humans. I know that this river is a place for everyone, an important place which is free for people to use it and swim in it and enjoy the summer, but people started acting like the trash they throw away in it. They just keep leaving their stuff there. When I hear someone complaining how the river isn't as clean as before, I want to scream ''why is that so?''. After I heard about the Amazon rainforest and how the media or the wealthy people ignore it, how it burns down, I just had to write something about it. I know really good when I was a grade schooler, they teached us how the nature is important, we live thanks to the nature, and also not to leave our trash where it doesn't belong. Are we humans so stupid to destroy our nature to ''make a better world''? A ''better world'' where we can't live because we don't have enough clean air because there aren't so many trees and plants to make the air clean? My answer is: YES, WE ARE. I could criticize the human species the whole day, but an answer how to change things won't come out of that. I learned from my friend, who is a very smart girl and also refreshing, that everyone should start with themselves. That means starting to change themselves to be better, first of all for them and than for others if it's possible. If you change yourself to be a better person, that would mean you would be a better person for the nature too. You would pay attention to some small simple things which would help the nature to stay as it is or be even better. Not everyone is meant to do big things and no one expects you to do so. Sometimes simple, small and unnoticed things can do so much. As an example, if everyone would trow their trash after spending a day in the nature in places where trash belongs like trashcans, the nature would be more beautiful. That's just one simple thing which would make a big change. Everyone knows what karma is, but they always compare it with negative things. Karma can also be positive. If you do good, good will come to you. Simple and true.