- April 21, 2013
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The word nature originates from the Latin word called “Natura”, which literally means “birth.” Think of natal, natural world, physical world, or material world.
Greek idea of nature a trace of the polytheistic animism from which it had arisen. People had once worshipped trees, birds, stars, planets and mountains, ascribing to them divinity.
Via the Greek and Roman definition of nature, the physical appearance of things and their ability was worshiped as pagan gods.
From this pagan ritual derives the Greek idea of “physis”, which was translated into Latin as “natura”, arose from just this sort of paganism. Originally, both were names of the god of nature (also known as mother nature—goddess of fertility).
That which affects and influences the five physical senses of a human being, (the exalting of humanism).
When a person is emotionally sensing something or being affected by an external feeling which comes from outside of his/her body, that means that; the presence of energies in nature is stimulating his human conscious.
Nature is the scientific energies in our environment that makes the earthly realm to sustain life, (the growing of plants, the changes of weather, the seasons that occurs in within a period of a year, the orbiting of the planets around the sun, the law of attraction, the frequency of nocturnal), that is what is referred to as nature at work.
The animal instincts are also governed by the natural laws of nature.
To the ancient empire of Greece and Rome; these laws of nature were worshiped as gods, and this same theory has evolved into humanism in the western culture.
Article written by Apostle Ngabo Alex.