There is something primal about war.
Men were meant to fight. We thrive in an environment where violence trumps passivity.
Deep within our biological makeup is a tendency to fight. We must hunt, kill, win, and mate.
This instinct has driven the evolution of mankind.
But despite the outlets of today’s environment- men must fight. We must aim to compete and conquer.
Biology makes us. And war, it shapes us.
What most people can’t understand,” Heirs said, gently picking up each tiny rabbit and placing it in the nest, “is how much fun Vietnam was. I loved it. I loved it, and I can’t tell anybody.”