Dharma is the way thing are and part of that is your present and potential contribution to the reality.
To understand dharma, is to understand life. Can this be even possible? As far as I understand it is what we should strive for in our human experience, even if we are a step late with our limitations.
Striving is trying to be perfect without any knowledge of the actual perfection and acute understanding of imperfections. It requires virtuous mind, to remain humble and open minded about all that can be learned.
Yet it requires appreciation of the wisdom already accumulated and hastily put into a virtuous action without a hesitation.
Reality is vastly interconnected. E = mc2 materia is energy and energy is materia, two different sides of the same.
When I hurt you, I hurt myself.
In Bhagavad Gita there is insight about highest dharma, and it is your own dharma.
Then there is insight about ahmisa. Ahmisa is universal love towards all living beings, and because of this love there is desire not to hurt. Often this second part is more widely understood, and first part failed to understand.
Non-violence is expression of the primary desire and understanding how interconnected everything is.
Yet sometimes best intentions are deadly to us as well. No amount of good intentions makes us less vulnerable to the nature of reality.
Nature of reality is coexistence of life and death, this cannot be escaped.
Now you remember this, what is your part in the play of Dharma?
P.s. Want to hear Albert Einstein himself explain his theory of relativity? Check this video: https://twitter.com/valaafshar/status/1179735260432683009