• Michael Dahdal

The Law Of The Jungle



Man was not made to live in the jungle, if he were, then we’d still be living there.


And although the natural world is very much ingrained in who we are, it’s our unique humanity that ultimately sets us apart from the rest.


But instead of embracing our humanity, we return ourselves to the wild,


We’ve turned our cities into concrete jungles


And ourselves into beasts


Don’t be fooled into thinking that this is the natural order of things, it’s not


Nature calls you to higher standard


Humans are the epitome of nature, but tamed.


The embodiment of Yin and Yang,


Balanced and working in perfect harmony with the whole of creation


Everything in its rightful place, at its rightful time, for its rightful purpose.


Because nature, our nature, is not only biological


It’s also moral and it’s spiritual.


It’s not based on irrational emotion


But on our ability to transcend how we feel to do the right thing; to choose how to respond at any given moment.


And it’s based on reason, grounded in humility and in Love.


But it doesn’t sit idly by, it calls on you to do better and be better.


The friction is created when we work against this, as individuals and as a society.


So let's not go surrendering our humanity, subjecting ourselves to the laws of the jungle.