Does 2nd Law of Thermodynamics Negate 1st Law As Practical Matter?

IF ENERGY CAN’T CHANGE FORM ABSENT SOME LOSS OF ITS USABLE STATE, WHY DOESN’T THIS ALSO FUNCTIONALLY EQUATE TO ITS DESTRUCTION AND THEREBY NEGATE 1ST THERMODYNAMICS LAW THAT HOLDS ENERGY AS INDESTRUCTIBLE?
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