Question: Is there such a thing as equality in nature?
Answer: There is no equality in nature and there cannot be. If so, it would be completely leveled.
On the contrary, there must be diversity in nature, meaning dissimilarity, inequality, and all sorts of contradictions between objects and phenomena. That is what gives the richness of all the colors and properties that are in nature. Otherwise, there would have been nothing.
If one were identical to the other, how would they connect with each other, complement each other?
Question: So, equality is not identical to equalization, as was tried in some countries?
Answer: No. That’s why it didn’t work out. Moreover, equality itself is extremely contrary to human nature. For some reason we all want to be equal, but we don’t understand it.
If everyone were absolutely identical in something or in everything, then it would not be life. We would not be able to exchange, receive, and give to each other. We could not develop.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 4/29/19