Empathy comes from the Greek empatheia, literally, passion, from empathēs emotional, from em- + pathos feelings, emotion and was first used in English in 1909 ….
These homonyms can be confusing. Correctly, “emigrate” and “from” always go together, as do “immigrate” and “to.” To emigrate is to come from somewhere, and ….
The intent of the idiom is to depict the secular fallen world in which we live as brutal and cannibalistic. This one makes me dog ….