Life is movement. Where there is no movement, there is a compromise in the quality of life. This is observable in several aspects of everyday life. When there is stagnation of money, material comfort and expansion gets compromised. When there is no physical movement, health gets compromised due to lack of movement. The body is designed to move. There is movement in the body all the time - the heart beats (and God help if it stops!), respiration is rhythmic and relatively constant depending on rate of activity but always present and moving. Blood is constantly moving through the arteries, capillaries and veins. If there is stagnation, there are problems. Bones and muscles are designed to aid in movement. They would calcify or sclerose or atrophy if there is no movement.
Life tends to balance, harmonize and evolve given the right environment and adequate resources. If there is compromise in the space, safety and resources, there is compromise in the natural tendency of life to move towards better balance, harmony and evolution, and there would consequently be compromise in the quality of life. Period.
Dripples (drops n' ripples) attempts to invite a relook at our current definitions, what we know and don't know, of our selves, at health and of life itself, and perhaps have a perspective that is new.