The universe is like a machine; each part functions by the cooperation of another component that likewise relies on yet another, with all components functioning in unison to complete its given task – in this case, the creation and housing of life. If anything were to interfere with even the smallest part of this so-called Universal Machine, the entire device would fail to operate properly. Even the most miniscule of faults in the most complex of machines could cause a catastrophic outcome, and, incidentally, the more complicated the machine, the more places faults may occur. It is then a wonder how the universe can keep itself in such perfect balance despite its apparent volatility… a balance the human machine lacks the capacity to achieve.
Why do we lack it? For the reason I stated in my initial example: there is something interfering with our ability to function appropriately. We are damaged and imperfect, and without repairing this fatal flaw in our societal machinery, w