Who helps whom ?

07 Apr

Imagine if tree decides one day to stop making fruits, does it affect me more or it affects the tree itself. It affects the tree more, because it cannot consume all the food it prepared in its leaves and naturally it was supposed to put the excess in the form of fruits and I am helping tree by eating the fruits. If no one plucks it then it cannot bear the weight of fruits for long.

Who is helping whom ?

We consume to live, but we need helpers to help us live, which in turn is helping them to live. The chain reaction or the dependency factor cannot be overridden, it’s part of the process plan that is pre-documented. Food is prepared even before it’s consumer is born and even before some thing is born it’s food is getting ready. So does the nature stays alive.

We have a lot to learn from nature, with the example below if tree stops producing oxygen then even before human dies, the tree it self suffocates and dies. Man must learn, what ever he may have in excess it’s his responsibility to throw it out in open for others to consume because that eventually becomes the cause of his death. It could be wealth, food, good life style, …

More you think you will wonder what you are made of, made of plants ? minerals from the earth ? animals ? but you still don’t resemble plants or the mud or the animals. The conversion process is immaterial to what you used to prepare yourself. When I breathe in, I guess it’s the residue of some thing that was already consumed by forests, animals, sand and what not, I cannot avoid breathing just because I don’t want to share. The sharing is inbuilt in the system.




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Posted by on April 7, 2016 in Uncategorized


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