An unborn nature (natura nonnata) is a contradiction in terms. Insofar as commencement is intrinsic to nativity––which is to say, natural life in basic form––an uncommenced Nature ceases to be authentically natural.
"Non nobis nascimur"––we are not born for ourselves. Equally true is it that we are not born of ourselves––"non ab nobis nascimur." In both respects (viz., in our natal contingency and finality), we are perfectly natural: quintessentially other-born beings (entia qui ab aliis natus sunt). Nature exemplifies its fundamentally natal character in the ceaseless wave of births which propagate natural life.
How much more, then, should Nature itself be true to its own effects. How much more, that is, should nature be most authentically natural when we recognize its own natal origins and cease trying to make an eternal fetus of what was obviously born to bear more life after its fashion.