We human beings can act most unnaturally. Yet, who or what is it that
defines what is natural? Should not nature itself be our guide; for does
not the term natural mean something from nature?
What lessons does nature have to teach us? In what way are we supposed
to learn? Is not this also defined by nature itself? Is not natural to
be defined as that what happens without the intervention of human
When one is hungry, does one need to learn to eat, or will nature not
intuitively dictate to us what to do?
Silence your running mind. Stop thinking so many detached thoughts.
Return to your place of origins and remember what it is to be human.
There is innate knowledge within us that we are born with, a common
sense, a conscience. Yet, along comes our racing minds with its so many
thoughts and confuses the most simple of truths and the most common
That which is natural will in the end survive, for it is what is
supposed to be. All that we build, using the natural as our tools to
create the unnatural is by its very nature destined to ultimately fall
apart and break down back to its natural components.
Heaven has ordained what is natural and therefore it shall last forever.
Humanity creates that which is unnatural and therefore like mortal
humanity itself the unnatural will eventually come to its end.
One who knows the difference between Heaven and earth, between the
immortal and mortal, will know life and wisdom and will therefore
embrace the natural. That which is unnatural is as mortal as humanity
its creator. Like humanity the unnatural by its very nature is subject
to death. Indeed, by its very nature, that which is mortal is born to
die. Therefore, the mortal lives with death and is death itself.
That which is natural is like the human soul; it is dual in nature. The
natural way is at the same time both simple and complex. It is simple to
embrace and follow, whereas it is most complex and difficult to
understand. One who applies one’s mind to understand will end up
confused. One who opens one heart to follow and flow will in the end
arrive safe and secure at the destination of all life.
The natural way is both hard and soft, both harsh and lenient; all
depends upon the circumstance of the moment. When it is time to be hard
it is unnatural to be soft. When the moment and the place dictate
harshness, it is unnatural to be lenient. That which is unnatural is by
definition against the proper way. There are no other criteria to
measure right from wrong, good from bad.
Learn well the way of nature; embrace its harshness and its softness.
Know when to be one and when to be the other. Stray too far from nature
because you think too much and the consequences will be what they will
Be soft when you should be hard and hardness will confront you. Be
lenient when you should be harsh and harshness will overcome you. This
is the reason why so many suffer. They pay no attention to the natural
way; they make no effort to live life in accordance to natural truth.
Forever they flow against the current of life’s flow; forever the
current crashes them upon the rocky boulders of life’s lessons. This is
truly a foolish course.
A fool has the right to be a fool. Yet, nature will never tolerate the
fool. The consequences of foolishness are both terrible and swift, and
rightly so. Life is meant for the living, those who want to embrace what
life is, the force that gives rise to nature. The fool by walking
accordance to his own designs embraces death and death will certainly
This is the natural way of things. It is unavoidable. One may deny it
all one wishes, but in the end, the natural voice will silence all