Environmental factors play fundamental roles in human existence. All the aspects of living carry a strong connotative tendency to the surrounding issues. It has been confirmed, beyond doubt, that no human survival element is possible without the support endeavored by external factors. That is, though an individual’s life is internally driven, its dependence on the outside world is largely comparative. By this, what is meant is the fact that all life tenets are mysteriously established, though, the results are always publicly evident. For instance, whatever one thinks about, contemplates on, imagines of, feels about or perceives are all internal elements. However, the associational discretion of a person is external. This is when one thinks of such concerns as where to consult, obtain advice, make friendship and whatever aspect generated from the innate being. Interestingly, the dual existential components, though with different orientation patterns, accomplish a common goal of human survival.
From the write-up experience of life, quite a number of factors have been elaborated in relation to human life dependability ration to external resources. At the instance of life’s origin, the facilitative modes are obvious. So that one’s imagination or rather conclusive remark that life initiation is indivualistic, lacks basis. The dramatic nature of life portrayed in the write-up suggests an authentic measure by which leveraging of life dependability factor can be done. Just like a play, the gradual scenic unfolding of the events determines whether or not the entire play would be rated highly or otherwise. It is important to note that the entertaining factor of the unfolding series is not based on the intrinsic ideas by the playwright, rather, the external actors and actresses involved. Specifically put, the comic nature in writings alone cannot be displayed until a relevant synergic model with an external vessel-actor is adopted. With this in mind, therefore, is it in order to hold an explicit notion that drama is life? What if a seemingly contradictory stand that life is drama is purported?
A social-comparative analysis of the two human elemental stands, based on environmental dependability factors, would have significance in underscoring the intended underlying intrigue, as Henry attributes.
Drama being life is a choice. No one being would force the other to camp in the same tent unless there exists a common opinion or ground. Therefore, if it is an individual’s belief that life ought to have dramatic accompaniments, so be it. It is clear that for a pro-drama, the person’s life lacks a sense of fulfillment any time the perceived major life factor dwindles. Unless issues happen to such an individual in a frenzied pattern, life lacks meaning. So, what actually causes such human solace in play-type life unfolding?
Human nature demands development. Ideally, one grows from infancy to old age. However, more importantly, development of human thinking pattern determines individual’s behaviors or associational orientations. From the experience of life, life would not have been possible without the caring nature of the mother. The fact that life’s origin was certain, preparatory schedules, on the manner of fulfilling the intended goal, was set. On the contrary though, the life receiver had no idea of what was going on, both internally and externally. In such a case, the cognitive level of the receiver was not perceptional. Differently, the mother’s motives were not accidental unless, otherwise, before conception.
The fact that the write-up accords hard work to the life giver is enough reason to drive to a conclusion that the life was uncertain on what actually had to be done. That is, if the mother‘s situation could gradually worsen at the very presence of the son, doesn’t it imply that the later was helpless? If her feeble muscles could only be sustained by daily prescriptions and yet the life is watching, doesn’t it paint a dramatic scenario? So that let whatever comes, may is no longer a verbal eco but part and parcel of the individual’s perceptions? Milstein, among other scholars, observed this trend of human adaptation to ecological factors. As a result, two major assumptions were derived to explain the effect of the environment to human life.
The conclusion made in the Experience of Life implies that the life owner had been made to understand what life is all about-drama, in relation to environmental factors. This is environmental communication (Milstein 162). In addition, environmental inter-relational patterns must have highly contributed to the same.
Another consideration of life-environment synergy is the contrary other. If life is not drama, then it means drama is life. The former theory encompasses practicality of the unfolding life outcomes, which, when put in a cohesive format, present a real time play. In this case, what is presented is the actual happening in an individual’s life, the mystery involved, leaving the life holder astonished. That is, lack of belief, not as an enabling power to accomplish a life goal, but to comprehend what has happened. In most cases of this approach of environmental communication plans are well articulated, monitored and measured before adoption, depending on the core objectives designed. Individuals under this category have clear-cut foresight on what is anticipated. As such, these individuals have concrete vision and mission statements, core values, and objectives among other preparatory features, well developed, and if possible, documented. In other words, they are readily set for recognizable environmental outcomes as much as they deem fit.
What causes dramatic interplay from such categories of human endeavors is the common environmental and unexpected outcomes. Can we imagine a situation where a thorough feasibility study is conducted on oil exploration in a given region, reports well documented, resources made available, and the actual exploration exercise commenced, just to be perturbed after years of hard work, on realization that the area of exploration has platinum minerals other than the expected oil deposits? Alternatively, planning a city in an area with internal dormant volcanic eruptions that only erupt few years once the city has been developed? What would have caused such outcomes? In terms of reasoning, as it is common with human life, how can such incidences be explained? Is it magic? Of course not. Hendry’s argument that the purpose of environmental communication is not only an academic boot rather, a tool for facilitating and illustration of human awareness to nature’s complexity (Hendry 165), is a practical reinforcement to such life disclosures. What is meant by Hendry is the fact that the occurrence of unexpected outcomes makes life to embody a dramatic form. The analogy of the unexpected is the common suspense created any time a play is on. Therefore, it is clear that environmental communication to human life can either have negative or positive influence. No matter the choice, human life is the ultimate objective.