Thanks,
Chris Austin-Lane
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On Oct 22, 2010, at 10:19, Mark Perew <mpe...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Nature does not complain, since nature does not have have any attachments to 
> how things "should be".  Nature neither accepts nor rejects what is.  Nature 
> just is.

This division of things into nature and not-nature is something we clever 
humans do as a part of our natural thinking. 

The people around me do actually complain a certain amount, relatively 
naturally as far as I can tell. 




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