For thousands of years, humans have achieved tremendous progress and evolution, which was reflected in advancement and modern science. The evolution was used to acquire natural wealth and the environment to the materialistic advantage of mankind. From butchering animals to control sea waters and skies, humans tried to control everything around. Modern medicine was discovered to attack the germs, bacteria, and viruses in a pursuit to prolong life and interfered severely in natural processes of nature without knowing the bigger picture. A sense of holding masterly gained by possessing superior intelligence prevailed in the modern world. Except for humans, everything living or non-living was being considered as a captive resource to be exploited and consumed. Animals and birds were farmed, tormented and mercilessly killed in uncountable numbers.
In a few weeks of invasion by COVID-19, the world looked changed. Greener plants, no air pollution, transparent waters, and clear sky looked, no traffic on roads, as if nature claiming back the lost territory without being even seen.
All living and non-living elements form an ecosystem. Birds, animals, plants, sea life, the environment on earth, non-visible germs and bacteria form an ecosystem and form a balance. How we have affected this balance, that is still unknown. Germs have been there before humans and are armed with strange powers to mutate and attack humans if balance is disrupted. The real barriers between deadly nano predators and human beings are still undiscovered. When we pollute and destroy the hills and jungles, deserts and oceans, icy glaciers and lush rain forests, use antibiotics to kill micro- and nano-life for our evolved requirements, we force the barriers to be broken.
The rapidly recurrent coming pandemics may be warning for the behavior of the human race, and point towards a need for more sustainable evolution. The mighty nature deserves more respect to be kind to humans.
Human beings need to prove that they are truly evolved. Considering that the current invasion by COVID -19 is not the last one that befell us, there can be many more in future, we need to check our pattern of choices to suit the nature and not vice-versa.
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