The nature is often seen by some as a kind of deity. Named "Gaia" it is presented by them as our mother as well. That, for such people, may be right since natural laws are, in fact, the very powerful ones.
Moreover -- and here lies the greatest danger of environmentalism -- the nature requires of them no moral standards toward anyone who is weak, poor, or handicapped . The stronger person is always a winner - environmentalists will tell you.
In my opinion, the senseless nature -- however powerful it may be -- has no authority over us and is nothing compared to the loving, personal God.
The one Who created it and gave us all, both -- able-bodied and disabled -- the great words of wisdom:
"I can do all things through him who strengthens me"
We are not determined by the nature, however loud and vital it me be. It is so for the heartbeats of The Merciful Baby Jesus had been sounding much more sweeter long before our sister, above-mentioned nature, was created.
PS. I am praying for you all -- please pray for men who have recently devastated the church in Rome, and for the others who have broken the figure of Our Lady in the same city.