Amit, I love that perspective. Nature — and all that lives in harmony with nature — does not experience urgency because it has embraced what’s important (birds flying south when the need to fly south, flowers budding or closing when they need to, etc.).
If we embrace what’s important and steer our life in that direction to the best of our ability, then urgency doesn’t exist, for we’re doing exactly what we should be doing when we should be doing it. It doesn’t matter if we die tomorrow because we would die tomorrow knowing that we did exactly what we should’ve been doing. 🙂