The Great Balance Theory regards human beings as higher animals and emotional machines. Human life is the living process of human beings. Human nature is the morality that human beings innately have and should have. Outlook on life is the basic view on life that depends, by and large, on world outlook. The Great Balance Theory also considers life to be balanced.
I. The human body and life are balanced.
The balance lies in the life and death that every human being experiences. As a higher animal and emotional machine, the human body is balanced for the following reasons:
1. The human body itself, including the bones, muscles, blood vessels, nerves, and ingestion, digestion, and excretion systems, is a quite perfect, self-sufficient equilibrium entity causa sui and for itself. The number of born human cells exceeds that of the dead ones from the embryo stage, birth, infancy, childhood, to youth. When human beings reach maturity, the cells born and dead are in a dynamic balance. Thereafter, more human cells die than those born.
2. The energy and information exchange between the human body and the environment effectively guarantees the human body’s survival. The system of main and collateral channels in traditional Chinese medicine is an important passage for such exchange – microwave reception and transmission between human beings and the nature, as well as a positioning system for nature’s control over human beings. Through this system, the human body can feel electromagnetic waves of frequencies between 0.5 and 28 hertz. An electromagnetic wave of a frequency between 8 and 13 hertz is "enjoyable" for the human body to transmit and receive.
3. The human body is an emotional carrier, which organically unifies energy with information, body with consciousness, and matter with spirit. This characteristic makes the integration of Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine possible, as well as providing a platform for the organic combination of natural science and humanities.
II. Human nature is balanced.
Human nature is the organic combination of good and evil. The Great Balance Theory regards human nature as the survival nature that human beings innately have and should have. Both good and evil are the necessities for the survival of human beings. The good and evil per se do not mean good or bad until human beings endue them with emotional colors . In fact, both good and evil are fine means of survival and development of human beings as long as they are not practiced unduly. Moderate evil is good while excessive good is evil. Undue good and evil are both bad. Good and evil are relative to and interdependent of each other. The good and evil in the human nature not only always coexist, but also keep changing, not fixed. Anything is possible for a person in desperation.
Generally speaking, people lose much good after birth. Therefore, we need cultivation to gain and recover the original good to guarantee our survival. There are some people too good and soft. They should increase a bit evil to ensure their survival.
Good, i.e., "life", falls into three stages:
1、Seeking life – Trying to survive first on any account. Aim first, method second.
2、Good life – Laying equal emphasis on aim and method. Men of noble character seek wealth in
a decent way. Give before you take.
3、Perfect life – Equality of everything on earth, harmonious coexistence, and happiness for all.
Every person, family, enterprise, institution, nation, and region, even the entire mankind makes choices according to the situation within this “life trilogy” for survival.
People seeking life will surely face the choice between righteousness and profit. Righteousness is great interest while profit means small righteousness as much as loyalty equals great filial piety and filial piety small royalty. Politics is big economy and economy small politics. Clear understanding and appropriate positioning foster neat, efficient action; be good or evil, according to the situation.
Opinions on human nature, good or evil, differed from person to person in the past. Good and evil are relative. If one disappears, the other no longer exists. Only when good and evil coexist, human being is able to survive. The Great Balance Theory holds that human nature should have both good and evil and generally good dominates. Of course, this is just a preliminary view for further discussion rather than a final conclusion.
III. People’s rights and obligations are balanced.
Since the moment when a person’s parents get to know his/her existence, he/she has been considered the crystallization of love or the hope of life. Later, the person plays various roles in the family, school, and society. Every role is a balance between rights and obligations. Certain exceptions in reality only appear in the process, and are not the final results.
In brief, human nature is the unity of good and evil and keeps changing after birth. Life is a process. A person cannot live for a moment without the other people and things. As products of nature, all animals, plants, microorganisms, and so on are brothers and sisters with no difference and should treat each other equally. The meaning of life lies in the unity of enjoying life and completing tasks.
More learning from others’ strong points, less criticism on others’ shortcomings. Less bragging about one’s own strong points, more making up for one’s own shortcomings.
—— Ma Hong, a famous scholar of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Constantly cultivate the morality in governance, keep the harm of greed in mind, and conduct self-discipline. —— Hu Jintao
A brief summary for Part II:
This part carries on the concept of balance in Part I, and makes an examination of the concrete existence of the phenomena and laws of balance in reality, based on reality of the universe, ecosystem, society, and life. The conclusion is:
Balance exists universally in the world, which cannot survive without balance.