Nature versus Man
by Shahinur Islam
Nature differentiates; man discriminates. Man dominates but Nature controls. Nature is the whole, but man is a part. Nature goes on its own system in which the slight deviation affects all the elements steadily.
Both Nature and man make their own way. Man learns from Nature and controlls it. Nature helps to die; man abets to kill. Nature also helps to live; man helps to survive.
Nature provides crude ingredients, and man has refined them to their taste, liking and necessity with his sense, sensibility, and intelligence. Nature follows evolution; man follows revolution in most cases.
Nature is always for man; man is in most of the time against Nature. Nature can avenge on man, but man fails to the ground in this respect. Nature keeps the place for every creature on earth, either small or big.
On the contrary, man keeps the place only for the benefical creatures to him, though he has recently learned to keep alive all the creatures for his own interest, but in a small scale. All the species are children to Nature, but servants to man. At least it looms large in his mind-set, and accordingly, he treats all the creatures.
Once man adapted to Nature; now Nature adapts to man.