Some people are lucky they get good qualities such as good coordination, good vision, good memories, good attention, focus. and some others don’t. What to make out of all of this?
I can name hundreds of other people who overcame every sort of adversity, to excel. Including Steven Hawking, who is one of the most brilliant minds this planet has ever produced and is confined to a wheelchair with no control over any of his muscles.
So it is not up to us to sit around feeling sorry for ourselves for the hand we have been dealt by nature. It is up to us to work with what we have and triumph.
As for nature forgiving, Tennessee Williams makes a great statement in his play, Suddenly Last Summer: “Nature is not created in the image of man's compassion.”
When you see the lioness going after the newborn gazelle, or the cat playing fatally with the mouse, you will know this is true.
But if nothing ever died and every animal and plant went on living forever, the entire planet would be choked with organisms and everything would end up dying anyway, due to lack of resources. If you look at a forest, some of the trees have fallen to make room for new trees. This is the beautiful, natural order of things and it is not tragic.
This is true about death too. We need to get over our fear of what is the natural cycle of life and understand that our souls continue to exist long after the physical has passed away.