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Lessons From the ways of nature

Lessons From the ways of nature
  • Author: Solomon Musashi
  • Publisher: Global Publishing Online
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  • Page: 85
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Lessons from the ways of Nature. Preface. Nature, to the common man, she is but a tree or a garden or a forest, to the scientist she is an ecosystem by ...

Nature is not merely a park or a tree, she is a system of governance that directs the movements of life. When man follows her ways he prospers and succeeds, but when he tries to rise above her and hold himself a master, he destroys everything and himself as well. How many times have that happened in the past, from oil spills to deforestation, and it may likely happen in the future. In this writing I have aimed to extract her lessons, from nature and history itself, redirecting them to be of relevance to you and me in our life. These are treaties which span over lessons from all areas, politics, business and personal life; written with the sole wish that you may use them to succeed and prosper.


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