Man’s Relationship with Nature

For the Sapara culture, nature and society have a harmonious relationship, because the Sapara are descendants of an animal of the jungle, animals, plants and inert beings (rocks, mountains, rivers) are beings of nature or natural agents, that is why they have their conversations both in the dream and in the spiritual world, between human beings and nature.
The Sapara men and women are thinking human beings, that means, they do not act by instinct, unlike the other beings in the jungle. According to the worldview, indigenous Sapara people are part of nature, where they carry out their activities, manage it, and live a simple life, with freedom. They respect nature and that is why they are trying to conserve it, they only use the natural resources that they need for their livelihood, since their pantry is nature.