The first law of thermodynamics is a guiding principle of our universe. Energy is neither created nor destroyed, only transferred.
In its most relatable form it boils down to a simple concept; if you want something, you have to take it from somewhere else.
Survival itself is chained to this tenet. Our lives aren't self sustaining. We must slaughter pigs, harvest wheat, end the lives of other organisms to extend our own.
A farm is nothing more than a mass reaping of life force for our own benefit.
A space in which living creatures are propagated for the sole purpose of sustaining our existence through the reaping of their life force.
It's curious isn't it? How strange it is that we've known about this law for over a century.
Yet we still wonder why God made us.