Nature, from the Latin, “nāscī”, meaning “I grow, I arise, I am born.”
Nāscī is a “present infinitive”, or “non-finite verb”, which the wiki goes on to speak of in the following terms:
“Nonfinite verbs typically are not inflected by grammatical tense; and they present little inflection for other grammatical categories as well. Generally, they also lack a subject dependent.”
How curious that our word for an infinite present without a dependent subject is a present infinitive with no subject dependent, and that we have called this a “nonfinite verb”, which when one examines it really means a never ending process.
We may infer from this, if somewhat cheekily, that whatsoever grows, arises, and is born exists in an infinite present moment, and that there is no subject or “I” necessary for this state of affairs to exist.
How very, very curious… 😀