From animals descended, we retain an intuition that
_____sustained our forebears for a billion years.
We're out of touch with nature — and ourselves — but there's a distant Eden past,
_____toward which an inner driver steers.
This fundamental conflict pits our primal innocence against
_____the comforts and security we cherish.
If we drop the tiller, navigate on autopilot through the
_____concrete jungle—will we thrive or perish?