Here's an interesting video I found on YouTube:
It shows that the skiers just don't understand that the moose is following the ski trail to save the energy it takes to walk through deep snow. If they did, they wouldn't have stood in the middle of the trail just eating their bagels. And, they wouldn't have been surprised when the moose charged. To understand another person or creature, you have to literally think like them.
Most people just see a thrilling video and miss the valuable wisdom it contains.
There are two types of nature observers: those who see nature with their own eyes, and those who see through the eyes of nature also. The more information you have, the better you understand and see the whole picture.
What do you think? Have there been any times where you gained significant insights by seeing things from nature's perspective?