It is not the strongest of the species that survive,
nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.
How does this quote apply to you and your life?
Culture artificially stunts natural selection with things like medicine, laws, socialism, breast implants, political correctness and the like. For humans, it's not a function of being responsive to change; rather it's a function of being an active force that changes--acting as first causes rather than respondents. Animals just react; humans have the capacity to be proactive and to defy nature with culture to some extent.
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