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Entropy and Nature’s flow

Nature bears the cold winter, blooms in spring.

And after the summer when flowers and trees are lush, they bear abundant autumn fruits.

The river flows and becomes one with the sea, and then it becomes a light drop, it goes up into the sky and becomes a cloud.

The world I live in is constantly changing and moving without stopping.

So why is the world constantly changing and moving?

And what does nature’s flow have to do with the change of nature?

Let's take a look together now.

Direction of Change

If you look at the changes in nature, you can see that there is a certain direction of change.

For example, if you drop ink into water, it only spreads slowly in the water and does not collect it back in one place. In addition, if the boiling water is left still, the water will only cool down slowly, but the temperature of the water will not rise on its own.

The reason is that in the universe that we live in, one of the most important laws that can explain the flow of energy is in the second law of thermodynamics.

Second law of thermodynamics

The second law of thermodynamics is summarised as follows.

In an isolated system, entropy is always increased or constant and does not decrease.

Let's take a closer look at the second law of thermodynamics.

First, entropy is also called "disorder" in other words.

To put it simply, it is a state of order. A state of low disorder is a state of low entropy, and a state of disorder is a state of high entropy.

Law of increasing entropy

Imagine a child in a well-organised room. As a child starts playing, he throws things around and starts messing up the room. This state is said to be an increase in the degree of disorder of the room, resulting in an increase in entropy.

Nature, too, proceeds only in the direction of increasing disorder, just as children play.

Ice has a low entropy, and water has a high entropy.

If an external force does not act according to the second law of thermodynamics, it changes from low entropy ice to high entropy water, which is known as the law of increasing entropy.

The Law of Entropy and the Life of nature’s flow

The reason why the world is constantly moving and changing and the direction of the change, is the same as the ink in the water spreading.

The natural phenomena that are happening in the world seem like coincidences, but if you look closely, they are moving in a certain direction according to the perfectly organised laws of nature.

We are living in the flow of the world that cannot be disobeyed in the vast space of space.

What we can do in the irresistible changing flow of the world is to accept the world as it is. That will be the life of nature’s flow.

When we can fully accept the world, just as water flows naturally from top to bottom, our lives will be able to live a life of nature’s flow without obstacles like flowing water.

Take a minute and check out the video below to see how to become one with nature’s flow.


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