Nature Does Not Tolerate Imbalance
We are moving toward balance with nature. It aspires to bring all of its parts to balance. The difference between temperatures gets balanced out, the wind balances out the difference in air pressure, an object that is thrown falls down toward the place where it will find balance with the force of gravity. The process is aimed at a balanced state everywhere and in every regard. In any area, be it chemistry, physics, biology, and so on, everything is built upon this principle. Everything aspires to equilibrium, to a relief of pressure. Everything submits to the law of entropy. Nature wishes to become appeased. It does not tolerate differences and fluctuations in any parameters.
Eventually, everything has to reach balance. And now the law of nature is demanding balance in human society. We see outbursts and disorder, and this is nature’s way of demanding balance. The still, vegetative, and animate levels have already had their turn, and now it’s the human level’s turn. The desire for balance is emerging within us, but becoming balanced among us means becoming “as one man with one heart.” We might all be different, but there is one criterion: We are all obligated to mutually support one another.
And there is nothing to be done about that: Whether we want it or not, nature will win because it is a tremendous force.
A question arises: Why won’t we disappear, like the mammoths and dinosaurs? Why don’t we just leave the stage like a part that doesn’t fit? After all, our discord with nature is much greater than that of the extinct dinosaurs. However, unlike them, we have a mission, a predestination, a goal: We have to correct ourselves and transform our initial nature. They were unable to do that and they disappeared with the natural course of evolution, whereas we are obligated to bring ourselves into balance with the current phase of development.
That is why we are brought to states where our lack of harmony with nature will become expressed in the gravest forms, but it won’t get to total extinction. 90% of the world might disappear, but some people will remain nevertheless in order to change human nature and reach the necessary balance.
This is the goal and we have no other way to go.
From the 5th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 8/29/11, “The Nation”
A Small Step For A Person, A Giant Step For Humanity
Every Person Should Adjust Himself From Within
The Unity Of People Is The Summit Of Balance
Learning To Be In Balance With Nature
I like the mountain picture you have up with this article, it’s really beautiful! I have a question about study time. How many hours per day should be devoted to studying? 4 hours or half a work day? Sometimes, I don’t want to get burnt out, and I also don’t want to comment all the time. It probably takes a lot of time to sort through them on top of other stuff like lectures etc. How often should one participate if they are not physically in a group? Or should we just follow our hearts with it and participate when we feel like it?