It is not easy to describe how important soil is for life. All the different types of soil that exist are composed of very complex systems. Their importance and value can only be understood by going beyond the limitations of defining soil as a simple physical entity, as an inert system. Let us try to consider soil not only from a purely physical and spatial perspective. Let us try to imagine soil not as the substrate on which we grow plants, build houses, or walk every day. Its meaning is wider and more comprehensible if we think of soil as representing the initial and final border of human activity, the alpha and the omega of our lives. We have to consider how changeable soils are in their composition, forms, and dimensions. In addition to the spatial dimension, in rel...