The Rule of 150 is defined as the cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships. This is according to Robin Dunbar a British Anthropologist.
What I call the process of life is the process of disconnecting with some old people to connect with some new people.
Think about it, how many people have you met in your life? Some of them may be dead, some may still be alive and you’re no longer connected to them anymore.
It’s the process of life and I believe it happens so we can maintain the rule of 150.