Seyyed Hossein Nasr, who is a renowned contemporary academician on Islamic religiousness, states that: “If virgin nature serves as support for recollection or remembrance of God, it is because it was created by the Divine Artisan, one of God’s names being al-Şani’, literally the Divine Artisan or Maker.” Accordingly, one of the influences the secular ethnicities can make to the use, experience, preservation, and enjoyment of nature is an idea of delight, and admiration for its own sake. The western puritanical work ethic, and its meanings of wealth as the buildup of material properties, has overpowered the whole tenacity of human affiliation to nature. “If every creature of the world is for us look, picture, and mirror.” Our role is, somewhat, to yield joy in, and enjoyment in caring and preserving a world in which we can learn and grow in wisdom.
Use, experience, preservation, and enjoyment of nature is not only a holiday commotion, or a one week ordinary trip. It is a way of life and undertaking that permeates normal life. Enjoyment, like praise, is one of the most beneficially healing and naturally occurring states. To introduce that kind of a state of imaginative farsightedness into our home and workplaces, institutes and homesteads, would definitely transform us from handlers into appreciators of