its entirely up to you.
i fancy the possibilty that god could be a falkan or a hawk or a dog or look nothing human like or totally human like. i always look ahead my man, i put myself in gods shoes, if he were to ask me a question as to why i would eat all of that meat?
and he added "did you feel they were worthless, did you care about the fear the moment they were killed, what about there familys"
i dont want to answer "no i didnt think of that god"
because i obviously do put myself in others shoes all the time
i know many dont beleive in god but i do
he doesnt have to be a religiously bound god either. i beleive we all have a god mind , thats called reason, and what im saying is not unreasonable
you always have to allow the 'possiblity' of there being a god or big boss to answer to one day.
if one is a total atheist then thats there world, im not trying to convert anyone on anything. i used to try but now its more fun just reasoning with people and watching others logic crumble when they deal with a true neegar
hey bro. good points in this thread about meat. i get where your coming from.
but everything on this planet is a life force right? like plants fruits and vegetables take in the energy of nature (sunlight, water, oxygen) to create themselves and the things we eat from them.
how does this work into your train of thought? they are living beings as well. how do you justify eating them? im curious about this too.
like we have to eat something. how do we know god didnt create cattle for food and chickens for food but vegetables and fruits for food instead?
i dont think we do know? i think everything on this planet serves a purpose. its up to you to make your choices within the frame work of your beliefs.
i know myself im not a vegetarian per say- i cant be given im a competitive bber, but there are times i do shun meat i have no taste or appetite for it. if i was to eat a burrito today, it would be evegetarian. a lot of the food choices i make that invove meat are based on habit (like getting meat on a pizza) rather than desire. im sure id love a vegetarian pizza ive just never tried one.
great thread btw.