If nature were not beautiful, it would not be worth knowing, and if nature were not worth knowing, life would not be worth living. -JULES-HENRI POINCARE
Although no uniform definition of life exists, scientists generally agree that the biological manifestation of life is defined by organization, metabolism, growth, adaptability, stimulus response, and reproduction. Life can also be defined as the state in which organisms exist.
Terrestrial species (plants, animals, fungi, protists, archaea, and bacteria) share characteristics such as being cellular, carbon-and-water-based, having a metabolism, and the ability to develop, respond to stimuli, and reproduce. Life is defined as an entity that possesses certain characteristics. However, not all of these characteristics are considered important in every definition of life. Life-like analogs created by humans can also be called life.
The biosphere is the part of Earth’s outer shell that contains life, including land, surface rocks, water, air, and atmosphere, and which biotic processes affect or transform. The biosphere, in the broadest geophysiological sense, is the global ecological system that encompasses all living things and their interactions, including those with the lithosphere (rocks), hydrosphere (water), and atmosphere (air). Biomass (life) is found in approximately 75 billion tons (150 trillion pounds or around 6.81013 kilograms) on the entire planet, which lives in varied ecological conditions.
Plant life accounts for over nine-tenths of the total biomass on Earth, and animal life is strongly reliant on it for survival. To present, more than 2 million plant and animal species have been recognized, with estimates ranging from several million to well over 50 million species in existence. The number of individual species of life is constantly changing, with new species emerging and others disappearing on a regular basis. The number of species on the planet is rapidly diminishing.
The Best Medicine is Laughter
True, laughter is a powerful medicine. It brings individuals together in ways that lead to positive physical and mental changes. Laughter increases your immune system, improves your mood, reduces discomfort, and shields you from the negative effects of stress. Nothing works faster or more consistently to rebalance your mind and body than a good laugh. Humor helps you stay grounded, focused, and alert by lightening your responsibilities, inspiring hope, connecting you to others, and keeping you grounded, focused, and aware. It also aids in the quicker discharge of resentment and forgiveness.
The capacity to laugh freely and frequently has so much power to heal and revitalize that it’s a fantastic resource for overcoming issues, improving relationships, and promoting both physical and mental health. Most importantly, this priceless medicine is enjoyable, free, and simple to apply.
We used to laugh hundreds of times a day as children, but as adults, life becomes more serious and laughter becomes less common. You may improve your emotional health, boost your relationships, find greater happiness—and perhaps add years to your life—by searching out more opportunities for humor and laughter.