An Origin of Life assumes that at some deep, ancient time, Life did not exist.
That Life struggled forth from a miraculous -- or non-miraculous -- alignment of ecological variables,
Then Life must one day twinkle and fade, stars in the dawn of the day that one of those variables wavers or zips away!
But, does not our very existence prove the inevitable potential of Life; Life as Eternal as Lifelessness?
These novel forms of ours--must be locked into the Eternal. Essential Forever.
Mortality, as with Birth...perhaps these are illusions. Our little bodies, see them there?, tripping through the forest.