Charles Darwin proposed that all life evolved from one primordial form. This means that humans are related to even the simplest and evolutionarily oldest organisms.
Everything that is of natural creation or some says organic from this world has a will for change. A plant goes under systematic steps of change. It is said no matter how much care and attention you give a plant they won’t thrive without its specific needs. Different plants have different needs for change. A houseplant is not the same or can’t be growned the same as an outdoor vegetable or flower garden. Some plants are able to do well in a variety of climates, but others require a controlled environment, or only survive in a specific region. You must study the plant to know what conditions the plant needs for full growth.
The same is for humans. From a seed (newborn) to an active toddler it takes 12 short months for a baby to go through transformations. But all babies grow and develop at their own pace. New moms and dads often wonder what to expect next and how to know if their baby’s development is on target. In creation itself there is a will for change. During the first development stage babies bodies are learning to live in the outside world. During 4 to 6 months, babies are learning to reach out and manipulate the world around them. There mastering the use of their hands and discovering their voices and so on.
In Life as a human creation we go through change. Our growth and our development want and force the will for change. But where that seed was planted also helps or hinders development like a plant.
Now we must speak as scientists. First as humans we share the information encoded within our genes with all other life forms. A gene is a small section of a large double helix DNA molecule genes are instructions for making proteins, and proteins mediate virtually all biological processes. Since we share our genes with all organisms we also must share our biology with them. Biology is the study of living organisms, divided into many fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behavior, origin, and distribution.
But as we think of first man.
Then the Lord GOD formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being ( Genesis 2:7).
And remember when your Lord said to the angels ‘I am going to create a human from sounding clay of altered black smooth mud. So when I have fashioned him and breathed into him (his) soul created by ME, then you fall down and prostrate to him” (Quran 38:71-71).
Humans are part of nature, and like every other species on the planet, we depend upon healthy ecosystems for our survival. Nature provides us essentials like clean water, food and medicines. Intact ecosystems also help regulate our weather and climate. These systems are extremely fragile. Changing one behavior and needs to preserve these Earths ecosystems will be neither easy nor inexpensive. But if we are to feed, clothe and care for ourselves into the future, taking drastic steps will be essential (National Geographic 1996).
But looking at our world today plant and humans are going through a change. Climate change is changing our economy, health and communities in many ways. Climate change is one of the most serious public health threats facing the nation, but few people are aware. Not only climate change is causing extreme heat drought storms and fire climate change will have a significant impact on the sustainability of water. And look around aggression and violence is on the rise. Umm…
In conclusion we must wake up and wake others out of there deep sleep. And by waking up the will inside of us assimilate pertinent change. We can’t let us and our environment ceasing to exist. We must revolutionize our reality and come back to organic our natural way of life.