This brief and simplified discernment is to further elaborate and complement the following essay :https://www.wired.com/story/the-simple-idea-behind-einsteins-greatest-discoveries:
Naturalness symmetry has to be based on the essence, nature, and ground of nature as briefly discerned here https://www.epistemologyontologyfoundationinstitute.org/nature-decode/on-symmetry as well as in diverse ways in past discernments. The concept and context of symmetry would have its real and true meaning as "a process of sum of parts of the greater whole" based on the essence, nature, and ground of being. And nature rather than fragmented elements and parts.
Phenomena described through the scientific empirical data such as symmetry, phase transition, criticality, symmetry breaking (or non-breaking), emergence, relativity, universality, topology, intertwined and entangled (which are manifestation of aspects wholeness of oneness and oneness of wholeness nature) can be difficult to conceptualize when analyze in reductionist, fragmented, dualist, and mechanist concepts. However, when analyze them as interdependent and interconnected parts of process of epistemology and ontology of sum of parts of the greater whole dynamic transformation and evolution, the content and context of symmetry would have great or proper meanings and purposes (i.e. symmetry cannot just be the nature of fractal elements and parts of the whole without the whole enabling or facilitating them) of real and true symmetry.
In simple words, regardless how parts interact, transform, and evolve from the infinitely finite to the infinitely infinite, they remain sum of parts of the greater whole. And therefore, greater hints and insights for the scientific quest.
Epistemology of Life and Ontology of Existence Foundation and Institute