The urgent dilemma of the abused nature and the environment is presented in the multifaceted musical composition "Sympnoe " by Konstantinos D. Kakavelakis. The piece serves as an imaginary inquiry in a time period in which climate change, coincidence and rapid social changes and technological evolution are playing a very important role for Earth's inhabitants. The compositions are dedicated to love and the nature, connected with musical thinking. The plants "Helichrysos", "Evenos"and "Anthemis" are playing a central role in the composition as rare plants of Europe, existing also on the islands of the Aegean Sea. They appear in the musical process in a fictive manner "combining" the state of "common breath" and mental feedback between man and nature as a self regulation in the overall management of the narrow point of the reserves of nature's capacities and the intellectual heritage of humans. "Poros" is linked to the narrow paths and associations of the biological paths associated with the rhythms of memory. The composition is dedicated to the founders of Athens Botanic Garden Alexandre Diomides, his wife Julia Diomides and Prof. Herta Hammerbacher.