Quinta wrote:I've sometimes wondered what distinguishes the growth that is good from destructive growth. Cancer, deserts spreading and pollution are examples of destructive growths.
Quinta wrote:One thing, is that there is diversity in healthy growth.
When the white eagle of the North is flying overhead
The browns, reds and golds of autumn lie in the gutter, dead.
Remember then, that summer birds with wings of fire flaying
Came to witness spring's new hope, born of leaves decaying.
Just as new life will come from death. -- Graeme Edge "The Dream" Moody Blues
One thing, is that there is diversity in healthy growth.
This is not clear to me that "diversity" is a requirement for "healthy" growth, nor that "diversity" is not part of decay (or maybe "bad" growth). This is a very interesting issue. I like the broaching of the subject. Particularly, what is "healthy growth" -- what does that mean in the abstract. How can you distinguish that from "unhealthy growth"?
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