Other species of animals never bothered with deliberating over
such trivial matters. They just went about being what they were
made, by nature, to be. I've watched big black bears stepping
very carefully around pretty flowers, even artificial plants, as
not to harm them. I would imagine that bears, mountain lions,
and other creatures great and small, similarly try their best
not to step on ants or fragile plants throughout their walk of
life. Mountain lions are particularly astonishing in that they
avoid trouble or conflict very much more than the vast majority
of humans do. I think they see us as being somewhat "stupid"
and dangerously "unaware." That's why they avoid us.
The main difference that I have observed between nature and man
is that nature has no governments, no religions, and has never
conceived of nor gave birth to money--that ugly bastard child of
manmade governments and religions.
The silver lining on the otherwise pitch black cloud called the
"human race" is only found in the afterlife, more rather, it,
conscience and karmic destiny, stalks us down and finds us no
matter what we might believe. Nature is the only true "god" of
the Universe. Nature eventually kills and punishes all humans,
each one according to their diabolical works. "Praise Jeezus!"
So why do humans even use the word "god" at all? Other species
of animals, plants, minerals, the sky, the earth, none of them
know anything about our human-manufactured "god." "God" is a
three-letter word invented when Cain murdered his brother Abel.
Is that biblical story based on an actual historical event, or
is it allegorical, such as the beloved maxum of the rich man
and the beggar Lazurus found in the "gospel according to Luke"
chapter sixteen, verses ninteen through thirty-one?
Nature is real. Everything else is unnecessary and unhealthy
baggage which only the unnatural humans drag around with them,
carrying that heavy burden -- and the punishments which follow
in the afterlife -- throughout their inescapable experience;
which is to say their imprisonment, confinement, their souls
sold, bought and paid for by their paramount worship of money,
arrogance, greed, power, and worst of all, control over others.
There is good news, however, because the year 2012 is probably
going to bring the end of the world. If all species of life on
Earth must perish alongside "Homo sapiens," then so be it.