All living systems live in constant change, creating infinite numbers of shifts and compensatory actions to previous changes. (Ironically, many folks speak in terms of "getting balance" in their lives, which appears to play against the grain of Universal flow. ) •For example, are you able to walk, run, or ride a bicycle in a perfectly straight line? I think not. ◦Each of these actions requires that your body sway from one position of imbalance to another position of imbalance. ◦ Actual balance lasts only for a moment. ◦Did you know that, in order to turn a bicycle, you must first turn in the opposite direction? •Another example, we physiologically function in an acid state. ◦In other words, cellular metabolism creates acidic by-products. ◦Long-term acidity ("acidosis") is degenerative and ultimately fatal to the organism. •Living organisms have systems, which bring other systems to a "balance"; more accurately described as homeostasis. Thus, a natural response to fluctuations in cellular acidosis is adding chemically basic/alkaline substances to the "pot", to return the tissue to a more "neutral" environment. Buckminster Fuller indicated that Equilibrium is abhorred by Nature, and that it is a very unstable state - actions are either on one side or the other. •When an organism finally attains a permanent state of balance (and I did not say, “homeostasis"), it will have met its physical demise. •The Universe, itself, is expanding at a remarkable rate, while planets are being compressed by tremendous pressures created by geomagnetic forces. It has been determined that in order for Life to exist, the Universe must continue to expand. • Such is a dichotomy of Life! Please, enjoy your visit!
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All living systems live in constant change, creating infinite numbers of shifts and compensatory actions to previous changes. (Ironically, many folks speak in terms of "getting balance" in their lives, which appears to play against the grain of Universal flow. ) •For example, are you able to walk, run, or ride a bicycle in a perfectly straight line? I think not. ◦Each of these actions requires that your body sway from one position of imbalance to another position of imbalance. ◦ Actual balance lasts only for a moment. ◦Did you know that, in order to turn a bicycle, you must first turn in the opposite direction? •Another example, we physiologically function in an acid state. ◦In other words, cellular metabolism creates acidic by-products. ◦Long-term acidity ("acidosis") is degenerative and ultimately fatal to the organism. •Living organisms have systems, which bring other systems to a "balance"; more accurately described as homeostasis. Thus, a natural response to fluctuations in cellular acidosis is adding chemically basic/alkaline substances to the "pot", to return the tissue to a more "neutral" environment. Buckminster Fuller indicated that Equilibrium is abhorred by Nature, and that it is a very unstable state - actions are either on one side or the other. •When an organism finally attains a permanent state of balance (and I did not say, “homeostasis"), it will have met its physical demise. •The Universe, itself, is expanding at a remarkable rate, while planets are being compressed by tremendous pressures created by geomagnetic forces. It has been determined that in order for Life to exist, the Universe must continue to expand. • Such is a dichotomy of Life! Please, enjoy your visit!
Do we live in balance or perpetual change?  
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