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"Theory of Everything" or "Theory of Nothing"

"I want to know how God created this world, − said Einstein to a young student named Esther Salaman in 1925. I want to know His thoughts; the rest are details".

I know nothing... The only thing I know is that I don't know anything! But this is the very incentive that gives me the strength and energy to move on with life...
The world is full of various cyclic systems that are necessary for life on Earth. These systems are finely balanced: each of them repeats its own development cycle, without disrupting the work of other systems. The human body works according to the same principle. Imagine what would have happened if the water had evaporated and never returned in the form of rain! Or if oxygen burned in the atmosphere would not be replenished! Or if hot lava would erupt on the surface of the Earth continuously! In any of these scenarios, life on our planet, as we know it, simply could not exist.
Is it possible to say that all these systems that ensure our existence appeared by accident? That would probably be wrong. The balance exists not only on Earth, but around the whole universe. Someone who believes that there is no system and our life is a result of a chain of accidents, surely is either too young, or naive, or superficial. Everything in the world: the work of mechanisms in an airplane or car, and the processes of life support in human, and in any living organism, and cycling in the nature surrounding us and in the whole space − is systematic and subject to unified physical laws. This is also evidenced by the interdependence between different species of living beings, such a common phenomenon for us!
One small example: a flower and an insect pollinating it. They both benefit from such bundle. The insect receives food, helping the flower in pollination. Is that an accident?
We're all connected for a reason. Appreciate this world! Appreciate each other!

Ulviyya Mahmudova,