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Friday, 23 August 2013

Some astronomers say there are about 170 billion galaxies in Universe, billion light-years far apart. If you multiply, the number of stars in our galaxy, 300 billion, by 170 billion other galaxies, you get approximately 10 to the power of 24 stars in universe, Counting non-stop, each number a second, it would take you almost 32 years to count one billion.

What keeps the solar system so tight together? Of course, gravity. Then, what is the all-mighty Nature? She is the aggregate of all powers and the properties of all things, copper, Zinc, uranium etc. Gravity is one instance. Thus, the all-mighty Nature consists of all phenomena we observe around us throughout our life. Add to this sum the powers of all causes that produce the phenomena, and anything that is capable of happenings, that is, dormant powers: rain, snow, wind, day, night, earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis, floods, wars, fever, cancer, heart attack, strokes, kidney failure, various forms of good and bad luck, accidents, murder and you name it. Anything left out add to the list.

All entities, including our homes, cars etc need maintenance. Who are Nature's repairmen? Have you heard of macrophages? They are some kind of cells who collect garbage in our body. They engulf cellular debris and pathogens and then digest them.

By examples like that, the all-mighty Nature is talking to us indirectly. She shows us the right path to take. She says, I leave the details of maintenance to specific agents. In other words, she, like a good manager, delegates authority to right people.

Now, where does man stand here? What's his mission out there? It seems something has gone astray. Man, like macrophages, crows or vultures, was supposed to aid Nature, but because of his under-developed brain, he has gone topsy-turvy. From the day that he first plowed his land up to now, he has caused extensive damages to Nature. Of course, the all-mighty Nature can, for instance, wash up the debris thrown into the sea, but it hurts to call the wrong repairman to fix our dripping faucet.

The all-mighty Nature, indirectly tells us that she is a tender-minded entity. For instance, look at the flower designs she makes: color contrast, or the handsome animals: birds, horses, humans. She is a lover of beauty. She endows some people with gifts such as poetry, singing, calligraphy, choreography, dexterity etc.

However, some fiction writers of the centuries ago have written lengthy books about an all-mighty Abrahamic bearded figure, wearing shiny riding boots, while playfully beating the shaft of the boot with his horse-whip, entering the Garden of Eden. As soon as his newly handicraft toys, half intelligent, overhear his heavy footsteps, they both hide themselves, for the first time, behind thick trees. The man looses his temper and shouts out loud, "Where the hell are you, Eve damned?" Eve, timidly, replies, "Here my lord, behind the thick oak tree." The man:
"What for? I need you down here, before me. I want you to take knee-chest position. I need to touch and fumble your plump butt and soft-haired crotch." Eve, "My Lord, I feel shame. Have no dress on." Lord, "Who the hell said you were naked?"

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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