posted on Jul, 26 2019 @ 07:44 PM
All energy (except for radioactive decay and geothermal steam) comes from the sun.
Heraclitus said it 2,500 years ago this way: "wherever something eats, something eats it."
We concentrate the live force of our prey, and make use of it while we live.
It is both savage and beautiful. That isn't a paradox; just the way things are. Personally, I love it. I love hunting, and do so with a clean
conscience. I eat everything I kill. I kill (almost) everything I eat.
I suggest you read Siddartha, by Hermann Hesse. It is about a young man in India, ~500 BC, wrestling with these same issues, and finding his
place in this world.