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?Taking the Course of Nature

Posted by on Feb 21st, 2009
2009
Feb 21

When we think of the course of nature, we tend to picture a natural setting. However, there are many ways to interpret this phrase. Sometimes taking a new perspective on an old idea can offer great benefits. Following are some new ways to look at the course of nature.

The suggestion to “let nature take its course” is loaded with interest. Simply relinquishing control can yield great benefits. If you let things occur naturally, you can experience the world in its natural form.

Things fall into place when nature takes its course. The natural world functions in a seemingly chaotic way. However, a system and design move us seamlessly through our existence. This may be why our elders suggest that we sit back and let nature take it course.

The effort to control nature is evident and it can be harmful in some cases. When we look at the course of nature as an organized structure, we begin to see how systematically it functions. Animals, plants and even the earth and sky have internal clocks that map the passing of time.

If we consider the course of nature as a path, we begin to recognize that a natural way of being is ideal. Consider food. Natural, unprocessed food serves to nourish the body without adding extra pounds if eaten correctly.

People corrupt these foods by creating fat-infused recipes and processed foods that have significant ramifications if eaten in excess. We can live longer, healthier lives by reverting to eating natural foods.

The natural world is complex in design. There are countless animals, plants, fish and birds in our surroundings. The landscape is filled with various elements, rocks, water, plant life and dirt.

If we allow the various elements in our natural setting to function, as they should, we find that they nourish and replenish effortlessly. The course of nature is one of birth, death and rebirth. The cycle is ideal for the progression of the planet.

Just as we have corrupted food with chemicals and processing, we have interfered with the course of nature in our environment. Much of this can be reversed but it will require some effort. Small changes can make a significant difference in the world around us.

We can also look at the course of nature as a lesson. Anyone who has taken a college course or high school class knows that we learn so much through our studies.

Take some time to step back and observe the world around you. Consider how the earth functions, how people interact with their environment. We can do many things in helping the environment regenerate.

Everyone can benefit from taking the course of nature.

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