AM: So Mother Nature, what do you actually do?
MN: Well, I make rain fall, I make seeds grow, I make the sun rise, I make the wind blow.
AM: So you're basically responsible for all "natural" events?
AM: Do you see all that you do?
AM: So do you know who these people are on Mt. Israel?
MN: Of course, they're a group of students from Sanborn. Great students, really.
AM: So why are they here?
MN: They're expanding themselves and taking that extra step out to really try and learn something without having to be in a schoolroom doing it the traditional way. This way works better for them.
AM: So, Mother Nature, do you actually live on this earth and if so, where?
MN: (sort of chuckling) Hm hm hm, I am this earth.
AM: When and how were you actually born or created anyway?
MN: I do not really exist, I was born in the minds of men long after the world was actually created.
AM: Well, it's been my pleasure, thank you for your time. Bye!