Mary was a frailty and bigoted girl. In the process of getting along with people and the nature, she learned to love and share. And finally she recovered from her fretfulness and illness. She never enjoyed the love from her parents. Her living space was quite small because she seldom went out to play with others. By contrast, Dicken liked a son of the nature. He regarded himself as a member of the nature. He gave a hand with pleasure to the animals when they were in trouble. Mary’s life was dull and anguished compared with Dicken’s rustic and joyful life. Afterward, Mary opened her soul gradually to communicate with people. Her life turned to be fulfilling and meaningful. What’s more, Mary put her honest emotion to the relation of human and nature. Before transformed, Mary’s painful heart indicated that she felt unfulfilled and was egocentric. Her defect spirit reflected that the nature was gloomy in her eyes. Later, during looking for the secret garden and working in it, Mary got rid of her self-centeredness gradually. While communicating with others and fusing people and nature, Mary changed and her life was transformed. People should go out of the narrow personal room and get to the nature intimately. People should communicate equally with others and build the caring and helpful interpersonal relationship. Human could become a whole and healthy person only if live harmony with the nature and other people.