I have always been fascinated by the way nature manages itself. It is a viable complex system in which everything has its particular place and purpose. From the movements of atoms to the dynamics of constellations, from a single bacterium to a complex living system, all elements of nature are in complete harmony with each other. Every part performs its defined purpose, no more – no less, and plays its role perfectly in the circle of life.
Throughout this complex system, everything operates with exceptional precision and complete care to the Total Equilibrium, except us, The Humans! We are believed to be the most intelligent creature known in the entire universe. Nevertheless, we purposefully and deliberately defy all the rules of nature! We over consume, destroy, pollute, occupy, restrict the resources, and destroy them; yet nature still tries its best to rectify the wrongdoings and repair our handy works.
The monitoring and control systems that nature uses to manage this astonishing harmony have been mostly unknown to human minds; but, they have proven to be amazingly effective and efficient. Even if a single element performs outside its defined duty, it will be eliminated rigorously with absolute prejudice.
All the components of the entire system work perfectly towards a shared purpose: Equilibrium. Every part that defies this eternal law will be quickly persecuted and eradicated.
Nature has no mercy towards outlaws. Either you maintain the Equilibrium, or you will be wiped out. Even a simple rock in the way of a river flow will be rounded up to allow a smooth passage, or it will be destroyed to pieces.
What nature has in excess is “time”; it can wait for a considerable long time, but in the end, it will preserve and maintain the Equilibrium.
Nature is full of movements, and multiple changes occur every second: from small movements of electrons to massive eruptions of volcanos. Every single element in nature is moving, yet Mother Nature somehow manages to maintain the Equilibrium. The circle of life is eternally viable, if not excessively mangled by humans.
From cold to hot, up to down, famine to abundance, soft to hard, death to birth, and so forth, the whole nature is moving, and yet protecting the sacred Equilibrium.