Did you know that you are hurting people whilst hurting animals?

The majority of people on this planet justify the cruelty we inflict upon animals so they can maintain their daily habitual lifestyle. When presented with the harsh reality of this, many still continue to stand in defiance against any proposition that they might stop partaking in murder and become more compassionate beings.

Funny that isn’t it? Everyone is complaining about the destruction of life on earth and only compassion can change that, and yet it is compassion that we stand in opposition to. So who are we to demand peace in our lives and defy the possibility of such things at the same time…what is the truth then? Are we a caring species with the ability to evolve or not? Why do we look at compassion as something that takes time to inject into society? Why can’t we just see it now?

So in avoiding facing and hence feeling that horrid acts of cruelty we humans partake in, we are hurting many things; the creature we destroy, ourselves and those that already care, that already feel the pain. Think about that next time you justify your secret involvement in cruelty…even if you don’t care about the animals, how do you justify knowing that caring people suffer greatly watching others abuse, murder and eat other living beings?

Not many people that eat meat think about this. For example, I personally feel sick every time I walk into a supermarket with so many sliced up dead bodies on display, as I witness people perusing the selection to find that perfect peace of animal to satiate their desires of taste, not hunger, taste. All this death to please just one of our senses.

We could all transform and finally exist if we could feel the pain of all we inflict on this world, as that is the barrier between us and the truth of our existence… Once feeling completely, then we will see where we are. And it is not what it appears to be! Of course right? How could it be when we live in an edited reality. But when I say it will look different, I mean very different to what this edited world allows you to see.

Final thought…if you think you are feeling the pain of the world but somehow you feel trapped by this, then you are not feeling it. You are feeling how it makes you feel, so it is still about your story and hence you are still trapped. Watch out for that as it is an easy mistake to make.

WATCH THIS VIDEO and see if you can see what it is I am talking about.


5 responses

  1. Great post. So true, our little worlds we create never let us think about anything but ourselves… what a strange place.

    July 31, 2010 at 5:36 am

  2. Eric Triffin

    Yes this is what I was referring to, and later the sheriff talks about how he felt what the deer had felt dying, and would not hunt again. I used to care for chickens when I lived on a farm as a child and knew I preferred harvesting eggs than chickens but would have really enjoyed the corn we fed them even more and not bothered with chickens at all. But in Europe, they did not even know to eat fresh corn back then. As a good New Englander, I knew better!

    December 2, 2010 at 4:21 am

  3. Miranda

    This is yet another welfarist post, discussing the eating of animal flesh yet no mention of Veganism! Do you know there is more abuse & death in a glass of cow’s milk than there is in eating a beef steak?!!

    If anyone reading this is not Vegan (which many won’t be!), then you are contributing to an untold amount of suffering & death of INNOCENT non-human animals… Make that huge difference today & become Vegan!

    July 11, 2011 at 5:41 am

  4. Although I agree completely with what you say, this post is no less potent in its message because the word Veganism is not used. That is just a word and we can all express our concern for animals in whatever shape of form we see fit. This whole site is about waking up to the truth of how humans abuse other living beings, so in what shape or form you have labelled this as a welfarist post is really quite interesting. I think Vegan people in general are very angry, for good reasons, and maybe rush to a judgement and sometimes vent on the wrong people. I do not see myself as a Vegan, I am just a man that cares beyond self and eat a diet that one could call Vegan – but I do not restrict my existence to such antiquated terms.

    I do not need a label to be live in an Altruistic sate of being and it is time we get real about what it will take to unleash human compassion in the first place. Veganism is limited in what it represents and does not withhold the necessary information to create change on this planet.

    Having said that I do recommend a Vegan diet to everyone!

    July 14, 2011 at 4:27 am

    • Miranda

      I am not angry by the way but I am frustrated! The reason that many people are not Vegan, is because so many ‘vegan’ businesses & people fail to use the word ‘Vegan’ anywhere… how are the public going to know what Veganism is if it’s never discussed?

      I have contacted a few ‘vegan’ businesses who use terms like ‘veggie’ to ask them why they do, I was told time & again that they did so because the public doesn’t understand the meaning of Veganism!

      The more we use the correct term for abstaining from using ALL animal products – Veganism, the more it becomes a wholly exceptable term that people understand!

      The animals deserve nothing less!!

      July 14, 2011 at 4:43 am

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