Nature doesn't care.
She isn’t even a she. Nature is a process of adaptation, death, decay, and survival.
Human biology was designed through 200,000 years of hominid evolution and billions of years before.
The last 10,000 years have changed everything. And that’s precisely why modern humans struggle to thrive in today’s age.
When I say “exactly” why, I mean that’s the LITERAL FOUNDATIONAL REASON why most people are sick today.
Your brain and body are designed for living in a small tribe of hunter-gatherers.
Not as farmers.
You are not designed to be inside all day, sit for hours on end, and eat fake foods designed to addict you.
Nor are you designed to cope with the ability to push a button and have your every whim or desire satisfied.
None of this is taught in schools. (Big surprise)
Yet it should be the foundational lesson for all new and growing humans: who you are and how you work.
What other more important thing is there to learn than to know yourself?
Even Socrates said that.
Most people don’t know themselves or what they are or are not.
Society indoctrinates people into what to believe.
For some, that’s maybe an OK life. I suspect it’s not.
And I suspect nature will not reward that either.
Over a long enough period, as Darwin showed us, the organisms that don’t adapt to the environment are weeded out of the gene pool.
They don’t last.
Their offspring don’t last.
Like I said, nature doesn’t care.
It’s how things go.