a dog sticks its tongue out, its gaze fixed on a bird nearby.
its whole behavior is transfixed by the roar in its belly.
a fascinating force within us takes control.
the cells in our bodies orchestrate an unexplainable demand to live, to grow, to thrive, to consume.
like a fire inside, we are obliged to keep feeding it, so that they may keep on going.
this desire to live keeps the world turning, always moving, never stopping.