Can you compare the world to the human body?

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Really… Can you compare the world to the human body?

The world has different parts who work in different ways, while still connected to the same body. Isn’t this same as a human body?

Some parts can even behave in similar ways, although they are different regions, right? Just like our hands/feet can work together and coordinate with each other.

As the human body keeps on growing and evolving, the world grows/evolves in the same way (…just at a much larger scale, while still maintaining the same core)

Certain situations/conditions can arise in the human body, and so is true with the world. The body can have internal problems (whether natural i.e. related to genes, or voluntary i.e. when people eat/digest something unhealthy or due to stress) and external problems (injuries). The same is true for the world, where the world can have internal conflicts (natural or man-made) at certain regions, or external (asteroids, etc. headed towards the world that often burn up due to the atmosphere).

The human body has blood and veins, while the world has water and rivers. (And both are equally important …right?)

The human body has different emotions/temperament, and what does the world have similar to this?


Seasons and Storms.

There you have it.

I am sure there are many more points, but I will leave it at that.

It’s just a personal opinion, but we are more similar to the world than we can imagine. And thus, we are more similar to each other than anyone can understand.

To all those people low in confidence: Don’t say you are nothing. You are an equal part of the world like the others.

To all those people brimming in confidence: Well. Try to see everyone as equal rather than inferior.


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