Depending upon how concrete you are in interpreting the meaning of the concept of “the circle of life,” the beginning and the end of that circle must be identical events as their points in space are coincident.
Various religions and philosophies believe that through a certain life path, another life awaits, but the rigorous requirements of geometry may be put aside in the process.
It’s also not clear that there had been any data dependency in the formulation of the philosophical concept.
Life, death and re-birth almost reads like a stock chart, except that the stock chart is plotted over time.
While new life generally brings joy, a geometric centric definition of “the circle of life” would both begin and end with that kind of joy.
On the other hand, a more philosophical interpretation of the concept has some diametrically different events, death and life, coinciding as the circle is closed.
Philosophy aside, markets have their own circle of life.
Start where you like in defining that circle, but among the components are low interest rates; increasing business investment for growth; increasing productivity; increasing corporate profits; increasing employment; increasing consumer spending; higher prices; higher interest rates; decreasing business investment; decreasing productivity; decreasing employment; decreasing consumer spending and on and on.
That’s more or less a traditional look at the way things usually go, but at the moment it’s hard to know where in that circle we are or if we even have a circle.