Can the Brahman be considered nature? I know it has many forms but the fundamental concept behind it is unchanging, infinite, immanent and transcendent reality that is the Divine Ground of all being. It is regarded as the source and sum of the cosmos, that constricted by time, space, and causation, as pure being, the "world soul." In any religion of the world when a natural disaster occurs humans say that "God" caused it. God caused that flood or God caused that tsunami. However in science, when people try to describe this phenomena they say "Nature" caused it. Nature caused the flood, or nature caused the tsunami. Isn't nature and God the same and if that is the case isn't the Brahman Nature?