It just so happens that seeds grow from the ground, that the sun shines from above and looks down at us, giving us light to see our surroundings. To see our family, the ones we are connected to by blood. And from that seed grows a tree—and from that tree grows apples, pears, papaya, coconut, guava. Then, it is plucked from the tree to be eaten. What happen when it is eaten? Do they die? A mammal has eaten the fruit, whether to a monkey, or a human that stands over 5’ tall. Grasping the fruit, it eats it.
And the fruit gives the human more life, it feeds their soul. Even the ground has all that is necessary for survival, healthy survival. Happiness. From the ground comes up corn, potatoes, turnips. All healthy and edible to mankind. And yet, all we need on Earth is a coincidence? The sun comes up at “day” and comes down at “night.” What happen during these hours? We work, eat, and play. What do we need to do for these things to be done? To see.
And it just so happens that the sun comes up whilst we are awake. The time where we truly live. And for a goodnights rest, somehow it comes down to show a little nightlight in the night? It must have been a huge coincidence for this Earth to have food just made for us, to have the sun and moon leave when we need it.
And yet, we need to change this? Why? To progress into the savages we once more to be more civil? I guess that was never the case. For some reason we stray away from simplicity of life in hopes for a better one, only to be blinded for years more I realization that happiness does not root from material. It roots from humanity.
Even then, we are less connected to the animals we eat to fill out souls.
We should kill our own animals? Raise them, then slaughter them to feed out families?
We change to make new rules for a better life, not make unneeded things. We kill life, we kill people. A person that walks around soulless is good enough as gone.
(sorry for grammar mistakes, wrote this on a whim.)