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Everything works in rhythms. Your heart beats to a rhythm. Sound has a rhythm. Light has a rhythm. The wind blows to a rhythm.

The seasons have a rhythm, same as the tides, the sun and the moon.

Then there is the circadian rhythm.

Nature doesn’t have an order, nature is the order and it was created this way.

All the creatures grasp this, but humans are still intent on working against it

So naïve to believe that this order doesn’t apply to us

Dancing to natures beat, is a sure way minimizing friction

The social order ha become contrary to this

And that’s reflected in what and how you eat.

In how you sleep 

In how you relate to others

In how you move

In how and what you consume

And in how you work.

But it doesn’t have to be this way and reconciling your relationship with nature, with your nature, is a sure way to turn the tides


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