If we lose the great predators of the world no other eyes will follow ours in the darkness of the universe. No other presence will defy our small frame on the great horizon of life. We will have become all conquering. Without the ‘other’ to stand as a pause to our absolutist conduct, we will self- cannabilize. There will be no going back. We must fight as never before for the survival of the ‘other’. We must never have to tell children of the future, » This is where the wild things were. »
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