“No one weaves the exquisite quite like Mother Nature.”
― Foster Kinn, Freedom's Rush: Tales from The Biker and The Beast
THE SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP
In which two or more organisms interact with each other and have a mutually beneficial relationship. In other words, both parties involved in the relationship benefit from the interaction.
There are several types of symbiotic relationships, including mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.
In which both organisms involved benefit from the interaction. In a mutualistic relationship, both organisms derive some sort of benefit, such as nourishment, protection, or a place to live, and is mutually beneficial.
In which one organism, the commensal, benefits from the relationship, while the other organism, the host, is neither harmed nor benefited. In a commensal relationship, the commensal organism derives some sort of benefit, such as nourishment, protection, or a place to live, while the host is unaffected by the presence of the commensal.
In which one organism, the parasite, benefits at the expense of another organism, the host. In a parasitic relationship, the host is usually harmed, while the parasite derives some sort of benefit, such as nourishment, protection, or a place to live.
THE GREAT EQUALIZER
Ecclesiastes 3:20 says, "All go to one place. All are from the dust, and to dust all return."
The verse touches on the idea of the great equalizer, as it reminds us that death does not discriminate based on social status, wealth, or other external factors. In this way, the verse can be seen as a reminder of the common humanity that we all share and the ultimate futility of trying to elevate ourselves above others or to amass wealth and power.
Some may also interpret the verse as a commentary on the ultimate meaninglessness of human endeavours, as everything will eventually return to the Earth. This interpretation suggests that, in the grand scheme of things, our actions and achievements may not matter, as they will ultimately be erased by the passage of time.
This perspective can be seen as a cautionary reminder to not become too attached to material possessions or accomplishments, as they, like us, will inevitably fade away.