In each of us lies a disposition,
A primal instinct,
A primitive element dating back thousands of years,
Like the call of the wild,
Untamed spirit raging to be free.
In this essence
There is a life force yearning for family,
Protective and caring,
Tended to from the womb on down through maturity.
These primordial impulses:
To hunt, feed, survive
Give chase to our quest without question,
It’s the natural drive pushing beyond boundaries,
Like the wolf in pursuit of its prey,
It is the inherent power of nature and all universal things
That makes us animal and human.