The House that Jack built.

Life will always choose life.  Life will always move towards a maximised life.  Life wills survival.  Life expects.  Life takes.

I will look at the migrant crisis from two perspectives.  One is called the expectation of life.  The other is called the failure of life to embrace other lives.

Does life itself determine that all should hold an expectation of a satisfied existence?  That seems highly unlikely, as the majority holding in the life stakes has already determined that life is expendable.  It is seemingly unnatural, but to be expected, that life should perish whilst seeking to live a maximised life elsewhere.  There is an absolute failure of life to embrace other lives.  Interestingly, what equates to my planet also equates to your planet.  What life I have may influence, deter or fascinate you.  What is equally clear is that life will continue beyond me.  It will include a lot of those that I tried to ignore.  Life will always choose life.  Life will always move towards a maximised life.  Life wills survival.  Life expects.  Life takes.

It is about time that we all helped.  Unless we collectively will that the House that Jack built should fall?

 

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