@Jusgolden If I may share a detailed thought?
First of all, great thread topic.
Second, here’s were the detailed thought comes into play. Its seems as though your friend Tryna is an important person in your life and that if they weren’t, this question and thus resulting outreach for insight would not have risen.
I would suggest to try and think in many shapes, i.e. try to look at it in Tryna’s perspective. You know your friend and what moves them, this may help bring certain points of understanding; tying connections.
Third, I would also suggest to look into aspects of nature known to you and research others unknown to you. For example, how do you define nature and that which makes some actions and thoughts ‘unnatural’? How do you see the ‘natural’ flow in life; i.e. your own personal experiences, instinct, shared experiences and how they’ve effected you, in all aspects of your life.
After you feel that you have a well rounded knowledge base, maybe comparing your perspective and Tryna’s perspective could provide an answer or a more expanded question. Still serving it’s purpose, expanding your mind.
Nature and the human existence is subjective. There are certain things that no human can dispute, like gravity; what comes up must go down. Death, all things living, end. Nature at it’s core is not conscious of what it does, so we humans believe. It just exists, starts, survives, procreates and thus ends; beginning a new cycle.
At the end of the day, your life is your’s. Your journey is unique to you. Though you may share some instances with others and it may influence you; remember to stay within instinct and logic to help guide you in all endeavors.