What is human life, from different perspectives? It is a miracle, that is a sure thing. Nature provides everything to humans, but now, there are others things in their minds...
Humans come into the world naked, helpless and crying. Why do people cry when they get out of the mother's womb? Maybe because they feel abandoned, in a world where they have to take care of themselves. It is almost like they know what cruel human life may be after they get out of the womb.
Since the state of an embryo, the child has everything he/she needs for survival: nutrients from the mother and an environment in which safety is assured. Nothing else is needed. Things like money and power are totally useless. In other words, the universe takes care of people, by default.
If everything we need is provided for people from birth, why do they need all the material things? Actually, the universe takes care of humans after birth as well. Of course, today people do not see this directly, but there were times in human history when individuals and nature were in harmony.
All their life, people have everything, but what they really want is usually money. There are plants and animals that can be used as food, springs for drinking water, caves to take shelter. With wood, fires can be made, in order to cook the food.
There is a wonderful blue sky and an atmosphere that contains oxygen, which can feed our cells are rejuvenate them. Some landscapes are wonderful and the ocean breeze prevents people from having various illnesses. Plants can also cure diseases. In fact, by eating natural things, fewer diseases could affect human beings.
Animals do not need special care, for example. Animals can survive for themselves, as they find food and shelter, in different ways. Birds can travel great distances, without the need of an airplane, a train, or a car.
Despite all the benefits, people gather in cities, buy things from supermarkets and ingest all chemicals into their bodies and then purchase medicine to cure their diseases. Instead of living where they obviously belong, in nature, as there is enough land for everybody, humans live in apartment blocks made from metal, or concrete, absorbing less oxygen into their lungs.
Pollution contributes a lot to lowering the level of oxygen in cities. Coming from industrial waste, cars and other polluting agents, toxic air may do a lot of harm to the human body. There is a certain desire nowadays, for people who live in large cities to go out in nature.
There are some things that money cannot buy, but, today, even some fresh air and a wonderful view may cost money. Does nature charge a fee for all these? No. Do humans charge a fee to other humans for having a glimpse of nature? Sometimes…Yes. What about charging a fee for food and other things? The answers are the same.
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