سلامت انسان: توازن با طبیعت و فطرت

نوع مقاله : مقاله ترویجی

نویسنده

مرکز تحقیقات بیوشیمی و بیوفیزیک، دانشگاه تهران، تهران، ایران

چکیده

کون و هستی دارای معنویت بالایی است و چکیده عالم هم انسان است که صاحب کرامات هستی می­باشد. سلامتی انسان از توازن و تعادل با طبیعت بیرونی و طبیعت درونی (فطرت) شکل می­گیرد. آنچه انسان از طبیعت درونی و بیرونی خود دور شود از تعادل که اصل سلامت انسان است فاصله می­گیرد. بنابراین خودشناسی زیربنای سلامتی و سعادت بشر است. انسان دانش فراگیر نیاز دارد تا خود را بشناسد در این صورت می­تواند قدر خود را بداند و به خود ضرر نرساند. اگر انسان درک کند که به خود زیان نرساند مطمئناً به دیگران ضرر نمی­زند. انسان با دانش کم از خود و طبیعت، بعضی از صنایع و فنآوری­ها را ایجاد کرده است که بخشی از آن به خود و دیگران زیان می­رساند. امروز بخشی از فنآوری­ها رفاه و سلامتی برای انسان و سایر موجودات پدید آورده است که شایسته قدردانی است و بخشی دیگر از فنآوری­ها ناهنجار هستند و صنعت آلاینده ایجاد می­نمایند و محصول آنها رادیکال­های آزاد غیرمتعادل برای بشر و سایر موجودات تولید می­نماید. رادیکال­های آزاد ایجاد شده از آلاینده­ها موجب بیماری برای انسان و تخریب برای کره زمین و محیط زیست می­شوند. لذا انسان شایسته است دانش فراگیر و علوم بین­رشته­ای خود را افزایش دهد تا بتواند فنآوری­های زیست سازگار بر مبنای اخلاق، محیط زیست پایدار، زیست الگو و الهام زیستی که با سلامت پیوند داشته باشد را توسعه دهد و سبک زندگی همراه با آرامش را به ارمغان آورد. 

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Human Health: Balance with Creation and Human Inner Nature

نویسنده [English]

  • Ali Akbar Moosavi-Movahedi
Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
چکیده [English]

Creation has a high spirituality and human is the abstract of the universe and has dignity of creation. Human health is the result of maintaining a balance between human nature with that of external state. Any deviations from these natural states lead to an unbalance condition in human life resulting to unhealthy consequences. Therefore, understanding of our inner self is considered to be the basic requirement for maintaining human health and welfare.  On this line, human in search of universal knowledge, needs to develop self-knowledge. It is under this condition that he/she would be able to appreciate the value of inner self and not to cause any harm for self under which he/she will also not do any harm to others. Man using his limited knowledge about nature and himself, has been able to develop numerous technologies some of which have caused harm and losses to self and others. Today, some of these technologies have brought welfare and wellbeing to human life that are to be recognized and appreciated. There have also been others that have been destructive and are source of pollution by producing free radicals that are considered to be destructive to human, biodiversity and existence. These free radicals are the source of certain illness and destroy the balance of natural life. It is necessary that we enhance our multifaceted interdisciplinary knowledge especially in the line of biomimetic and bio-inspiration in order to develop technologies that are environmentally safe and where we put high priority for consideration of moral principles, sustained living environment requirements, and be coherent with healthy human life that would result in high standards, peaceful living conditions and promote the tranquility lifestyle.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Creation of Universe
  • Universal Life
  • Human Inner Nature
  • Natural Health
  • Life Style
  • Life Pattern
  • Biomimetic
  • Morality
  • Free radicals
  • Illness
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