The mining? You use transportation that is made of metal.
The forest? Your domicile is likely created of wood (or if metal, see above)
The touching? You touch your bee hives, the life around you.
The taking? most of the time this is attributed to americans, I'm assuming you are one.
The chemicals in the atmosphere? You are using a computer that uses energy, that uses rare elements that are difficult to obtain (read: polluting, caustic, difficult to obtain, so mining is extreme)
I guess I don't understand. You are complicit in any perceived destruction as much as anybody. If humanity is that bad, why haven't you headed off into a forest to die under an oak tree yet to mitigate your damage to mother earth yet?
Maybe your horrible experiences gave you a different unique viewpoint, but if so I'd guess those were an exception, not the norm of human experience. I know I'll never convince you, but it is an interesting arguement and is very foreign to me.
I practice acceptance and kindness in my endeavors as well, but I'm not so foolish to accept a cowfield so much that I close my eyes as I walk across it.