Nature Always Finds Its Way But You Are Nature
Is it possible to be like nature? You could think like that. But the secret is you are already there. You are the one who is fed by the sun. So he is your father, isn’t he? For a while, shut your brain and open your mind to my words, don’t be too logical.
According to science you and I are not similar to a tree as we are not able to produce our foods. Yeah, that’s what we call science. But I say we are the same as we are all children of the same father. We all have those genes, genes of the sun.
If you work on your memories and think slowly, you may remember some remarkable steps that you have passed not because you were flying but because you felt you were. Let me remind you who gave you the wings. They were the tiny yellow petals of the unknown flower which had grown fertile on rough tarmac. Even though it had not enough space or favorable moments it had bloomed proudly like it had everything it needed when you saw it. If it had a voice it would tell everything it has faced since it was a very small seed to a wonderful flower. The story is clear, there is no need for words to tell that nature always finds its ways. And that is the face of nature who are children of the sun including you, me, and everything you see. We all have that potential that our father has given to us all. The story begins when you start to trust you are not illegitimate.
To date, the world population is 7.9 billion. Every year, more than 700,000 individuals commit suicide, or one every 40 seconds. Suicide is a global epidemic that affects people of all ages. Suicide was the 17th greatest cause of death in 2019, accounting for 1.3 percent of all fatalities globally. This is a great tragedy, a priceless life wasted. Why are you such a person who is nourished by the great source of nature?
Did you know that blindness affects roughly 1.4 million children worldwide? The number of deaf mutes in the globe is estimated to be between 700,000 and 900,000 with 63 percent being born deaf and the rest losing their hearing due to various incidents.
Even such people who are born with various abnormalities do not give up on life. Shouldn’t I, who write this, and you who read this, live in the face of any obstacles in life?
Some so many famous people have conquered life in the face of so many unexpected obstacles that life brings. Such courageous men may be strengthening another man. Let me note a few of the many such.
In Melbourne, Australia, Nick Vujicic was born in 1982 to Dushka and Boris Vujicic. Nick was born without arms or legs, but he did have two little feet, one of which had two toes, despite being an otherwise healthy kid. His absence of limbs, however, made him a target for school bullies, and he developed a serious depression as a result.
“It’s a lie to think you’re not good enough. It’s a lie to think you’re not worth anything.”
― Nick Vujicic
He considered suicide when he was eight years old, and at the age of ten, he attempted to drown himself in his bathtub. But, as a natural blessing, his life was saved thanks to his lungs. In his music video “Something More,” he also mentioned that God had a plan for his life and that he couldn’t bring himself to drown because of it. However, his faith was tested when his mother read him a newspaper item about a guy who suffered from a terrible impairment. He realized that his abnormal body was not a hindrance to him. He began to be a strength to another He began to regard this body as a gift from God. Now he is a motivational speaker, preacher, evangelist as well as a bookmaker. He can type up to 45 words per minute with the “heel and toe” technique because he knows how to use a computer. In addition to golf, swimming, and even skydiving, he has learned to throw tennis balls, play drum pedals, grab a glass of water, comb his hair, clean his teeth, answer the phone, and shave. Vujicic is now a successful man with four beautiful children and a loving wife, Kanae Vujicic.
Someone will say that Nick is unfortunate by birth. But I think he’s the message of God. The message is that nature always finds a way, no matter how difficult the situation. There is a wonderful saying that God gives His most difficult games to His best players. God will test you at any point in your life. No one can say for sure what that moment was, it could be birth, it could have happened at some point in life. By nature, we are all children of the sun. Nature does not care about gender.
She had no defects from birth and had to join this wonderful game of life at an unexpected moment. She is Muniba Mazari Baloch by name.
“People who fight their battles with a smile on their face I call them warriors.”
She is confined to a wheelchair as a result of injuries incurred in a vehicle accident when she was 21 years old. The accident turned her life upside down. Her husband left her due to her disability. Every new day her doctor had bad news for her. “I heard that you hoped to be an artist. You, on the other hand, will never be able to become one. Your hands are incapable of even lifting a pen “he stated. And he said that she will never be able to walk again. Also, she can never be a mom. But none of these messages were able to erase the smile on one face. While in a hospital bed, in excruciating pain, she began to draw with her own hands. After a very difficult two years, she was able to get out of the hospital bed. She is also known as Pakistan’s Iron Lady. Today she is an activist, anchor artist, model, singer, and motivational speaker from Pakistan. Muniba Baloch is also Pakistan’s first wheelchair-bound model and anchor. The most gratifying thing is now that she is a mother to an adopted boy.
I do not see any difference between these people who took the ways of nature and the tiny flowers that can bloom on the rough tarmac.