We are so far removed from nature that we can't see natures perfection any more.
We like to trek through the city parks and national forests and the beach and other wildlife areas for short spells, some days maybe, toting our modern wares and cumbrances along with us.
Lighting and heat and food and water and shelter and special clothing and whatnot.
We are taught and have learned that nature is a wild, dangerous thing if left to it's own demise.
Survival of the fittest against the elements and other things.
Constant dangers and hazards and disease and wounding and discomfort.
Living raw on the land with makeshift shelter.
No medicine, or primitive.
Wet and cold, or hot and dry.
Damp and humid.
Miserable much of the time.
Starving for food and water and shelter and safety.
Mating openly like wild animals.
Often times meager clothes and food and shelter, if any at all.
Fighting the elements and other creatures constantly.
You were lucky if you lived to be forty years old.
Childhood death and infant mortality commonplace.
Mothers and babies dying at childbirth.
Waring bands of other tribes a constant danger,
Nothing: Could be farther from the truth