What is nature?
Is nature a life style?
Is nature a religion?
Is nature a habit?
Is nature a routine?
Is nature a behavior?
Is nature a reaction?
Is nature a specialty of human blood?
What is nature?
Can we go against nature?
Can we stand against nature?
Can we sustain against nature?
Can we keep moving against nature? and, how long?
What is nature?
Who builds our nature?
What is the combination between human life and human nature?
What are the hazards between human life and human nature?
Do our lives have a good combination between life and nature?
Are we just hanging between life and nature?
Why do we feel unsatisfactory even when we kill a hen for our food?
So, who has built our nature?
And, whoever he is, what does he want from us?
On one hand, he has fixed in our nature that we do not like bloodshed, and on the other hand, the same 'he' has fixed in our nature to kill a hen for our food, why?
If, this is necessary, then why we dislike this by nature?
Is this a conflict in nature?
Is this just accidental?
Is there any deliberate purpose?
If, we look at the whole universe, we find that there is zero margin of conflict at every piece of the universe.
It means, there must be a zero margin of conflict in our own nature too.
So, why we have to do something that we do not like.
Is there a reason that point out to our low level of knowledge?
In my view, THIS IS.
Isn't it strange that we do something that we do not know that why we dislike?
We kill animals for our food but we don't like it.
We disconnect flowers from their branches to prepare perfumes, but we don't like it.
We cut down green trees while we don't like it.
Lets look another light example:
We exercise each day for atleast half an hour, but we don't like it. Suppose, a king some 2000 years ago, if, was advised to getup early in the morning and walk in the open air for atleast half an hour. Do you know? What the king would do, he would have killed the advisor in the first place. However, we exercise because we know that how it shapes our body, keeps ourselves healthy, active and fresh. The old king didn't know but we know. We do not want to become a fat queen bee always sitting on the eggs.
So, something that old king didn't know, now we know. Is there a possibility that what, we don't know now, can be referred some 500 years later that "what we know, they didn't know"?
An Other Example:
We know that 'sharing' is good. We have been taught from the beginning to 'share', but we don't like sharing even those, who share, can't claim 100% satisfaction by heart.
On one hand nature teaches us of 'sharing' and on the other hand at the same time the same nature teaches us 'only me', why? Once, there were four pillars of power in Europe. France, Britain, Germany and Italy but now none, except Britain.
Why we are taught to share?
It spreads peace, confidence and friendship among the sharers,
It improves understanding among each other,
It facilitates us to improve our quality of culture and manners.
While, 'only me' discredits all except me.
Again, is this a contradiction of nature or a fault in our education?
In my view, A FAULT IN OUR EDUCATION.
Can we sustain with the contradictions?
How many education centers are in the United States where we learn that how to share sorrow and grief of others?
Yes! We are taught to share 'pocket money' of course, but, is this enough?
Contradiction in a personality can destroy its beauty,
And, Contradiction in ideology???
Mankind is vigorously waiting for a time when some body will come and say loudly that;
"Not me but you"
"Forget my sorrow, but how are you"
"Ignore my hunger, but are you satisfied."
"Let my tears roll, but are you happy."
Don't you think this resembles us of Jesus?
A true Savior and Merciful,
Merciful for all not only for family members.