A Systems view of life proposes to bring unity to understanding the dynamic relationships at all levels and categories that bring about our existence. It has good coverage, in sufficient detail, and with good reasons, of how our scientific understanding of the concrete, reductionist, laws, combine in many relationships to bring about the properties of emergent life including ourselves. The combinations of system workings are a force far greater than all of us, as are the generative capacities of our world to create and sustain life. We need to tune in to this much more. We need to work with and support the generative efforts of the natural world and its systems and cycles, rather than go destructively against it with our limited concepts of economic exploitation for profit.