We Are Defining Abiogenesis the Wrong Way.

In my perspective, the term abiogenesis should not be interpreted as a negation of the origin of life (a- "not" + Greek bios "life" + genesis "origin"), but rather as a reference to the origin of  oneself (a- "one" + Greek bios "self" + genesis "origin"). Therefore, I propose that abiogenesis, or the emergence of self, is a natural process not of life arising from non-living matter, but rather of self-differentiation. Although the current scientific hypothesis suggests that the transition from non-living to living entities on Earth was not a single event but a gradual process of increasing complexity, I posit that the distinction between non-living and living is, in the absolute sense, redundant, and that all biological complexity ultimately stems from a unified system which is singular but that this singular system expresses itself as complex for the purpose of companionship i.e. love. To reflect this idea, I introduce the uniplexity hypothesis; perhaps the first hypothesis that states that the fundamental purpose of bio diversity is companionship i.e. love.
~ Wald Wassermann