In nature, nothing is ever right.

September 25, 2010 10:57pm CST
Another of Murphy's Law: In nature, nothing is ever right. Therefore if everything is going right, something is wrong. What can we say? In most cases things don't really work out perfectly. Sometimes when everything seems perfect we say, "It's too good to be true." Then we see the flaws. We make mistakes and learn from them. It's just a matter of turning bad things into good by shifting our way thinking.
3 responses
@akn1961 (1035)
• India
26 Sep 10
murphy's law is still valid and will be valid for thousands years ,we have to be carefull and take decision ,thanks for sharing.
@Hatley (164507)
• Garden Grove, California
26 Sep 10
hi astreadido I think its more that we translate perfect things imperfectly as we are humans and humans often err.God made nature 'so it must be perfect but we look at it imperfectly and thus'we ' say nature is never right, but its us that are often wrong instead. Take the forests God gave us and we chop down most of the trees'thus stripping the land of the God given trees and allowing the soil to slide away with each rainstorm. We did it to nature , nature was perfect until we screwed it all up.
@Ramaditya (1227)
• Indonesia
26 Sep 10
Well, I cannot agree entirely. I think, the term "Nothing is perfectly right," is better. Why's that? That's because in life we were created to accomplish each other. Something which does not look perfectly right can be set perfect if there is another something that makes it perfect. For example, a blind person and one legged man. How can both of them walk perfectly? That's easy. The blind person can put the one legged man in his shoulder. He has normal legs so he can walk perfectly, while the one legged man can help him guide the road because he has good eyes.