According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, a natural tendency of any isolated system is to degenerate into a more disordered state. Thus, if you don’t maintain and continue to improve, you will naturally be in a state of decline. An unattended garden will always grow weeds. Likewise, your natural tendency is to atrophy and die — physically, spiritually, financially, and in every other way.
You Don’t Control The Outcomes Of Your Life, Principles Do.
Benjamin P. Hardy

This is very true, and I completely agree with the author on his viewpoint. I myself believe that the proverb- ‘A rolling stone gathers no moss’ is getting obsolete in today’s world. If we need to survive, and survive strong, we need to keep evolving and changing for the better, just as the author described here.

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