It seems that responsible people understand that necessity comes first. A nominal capitalist offering that offers jobs to a number of people, and generates an equitable income is the most important thing in life. Income, money, equals necessity met, and life goes on. Nobody questions this except the artist. The creative soul. We should all ask ourselves the question, “Just because money is the source of my necessity now, does that mean in the larger scheme of things it is always the most important? Is it really what is most important in life?” It must be right? Without it we die. What could be more important than that? That value assumes the most important ideal in the universe is human perpetuation. Well, it seems like common sense being that we are human, but, that is anthropocentrism isn’t it? The creative soul believes keeping gas in the tank of the car is only the first step. They don’t think the only thing that matters in life is keeping the car filled with gas. They are interested in the destination. Yeah, sure, there is no destination if there is no fuel, but does that really really mean that necessity is purpose? It seems to me necessity allows you to seek purpose. Just look closely at those who think necessity is purpose, and you will know I’m right. You will know why the villains in history are the villains in history. You will understand ethics, and its roots.