The world has always been divided on almost every issue most of the time, except for a the definition over what is stability or a stable life.
From religion to politics, and from the taste buds to the cloth selections, people have different opinions that suit their lifestyle and culture.
But everyone has a consensus over the definition of a stable life, whether he belongs to the eastern pole or in the northern-most part of America.
A stable life, with enough resources that can buy you the luxuries of life that you wished for, is generally regarded as a stable life.
The more power a person has, the more stable he as been considered.
Despite this, stability is an idea that does not belong to this world as nothing is stable in this planet.
Instead, stability is a highly vague idea and which is against the nature of this universe.
Still today, those who have a swollen pocket and a piece of land regard themselves stable.
It is naïve to consider oneself stable in the world that turned the kings into beggars as frequently as it cannot be termed as an exception anymore.
Stability is a myth as there is nothing permanent in mortal nature.
The world that turns slaves into kings and monarchs into fugitives justifies in rendering the myth of stability into tatters. Besides, it also serves as a salutary lesson for those who are reluctant to realize the bitterness of the fact unless they are made to taste it.
In fact, the fluctuation is necessary for one’s life. Firstly, the variation is natural and one can see it from the celestial bodies to the relatively smaller example of the Earth. It has been the way the world operates.
Why fluctuation is necessary
On both levels, on individual or general, the fluctuation is not only inevitable; it is also desirable in some cases.
On the celestial level, constant change is the rule on which the entire heavenly bodies work. Like the Earth, around which the Moon revolves, revolves around the Sun, and then so on.
However, on a more humanistic level, people need to reposition or rethink the concept they have about stability.
Why Stability is a fallacy!
Just think about what would happen if nature would follow stability. Imagine the world with no one growing old, no one dying; and worse: no one actually being born in the first place.
There would have been nothing!
Had there been no fluctuations, there would have been the perpetuation of bad days over individual’s and groups’ lives. There had been no hope for the coming of the good days.
With this thought in mind, there would have hardly been endeavors in the hope of betterment either on the individual or collective level.
Everyone would have given up on the basis of the idea that nothing can be changed or improved.
In a nutshell, stability is one of the mistaken ideas that needs to revisit its own meaning.