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About the Nature Created by God, a Few Phrases that Ecologists Hate

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Jardim da Luz Park in São Paulo

“God made creation, admirable and harmonious, for man alone. And if He made it so wonderful, great, diverse, rich, useful, beneficial to nourish the body and lead the soul to God, it is because of man.”

(St. John Chrysostom)

“Things on the face of the earth were created for man’s sake, to help him achieve his end; therefore we must use or abstain from them to the degree they lead us to our end or drive us away from it.”

(St. Ignatius of Loyola)

“A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.”

(Leonardo da Vinci)

“God made the things of nature as a good father does with his son: He gave him a notebook of printed drawings without color, but also gave him crayons to paint.”

(Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira)

“From the creation of the world, God’s invisible perfections – His eternal power and divinity – are made manifest to people by His works.”

(St. Paul the Apostle)
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