The Pressure Of Nature

765.1Comment: Look at what is happening in the world now. If we sort of rise above the planet and look at what is occurring, it is awful—floods, fires, disasters!

People do not want to believe that the very actions of people are beginning to destroy us. Some people think that this is some kind of punishment. The Turkish President believes that the fires in Turkey are the result of arson, etc.

But all the terrible consequences of the elements, for example, floods, are the result of the fact that a person settles in places where, in principle, he should not live. Even if he settles there, then the conditions of protection are not created because it costs money: “What if it just works out”?

That is, people themselves are often the cause of these disasters!

My Response: Logically, you may be partly right. But I would say that nature punishes us for not wanting to be organically integrated into its general background. That is why it happens.

All the problems that we stir up today, from the coronavirus to the rest of the Egyptian plagues, occur because nature pushes us out of itself. Internally it has a mind hidden from us and is no longer able to bear such an attitude toward itself.

It can only be accepted. But I think that in the end we will realize and understand this. People who are closer to nature feel that nature is intelligent and therefore it treats us this way.
From KabTV’s “Algorithms Instead of People” 8/4/21

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