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Posted: 23 June 2012 at 10:33am | IP Logged
Originally posted by HealMeForever

SERIOUSLLYY!! ...

i mean how can u kill and living thing?

can you kill the non living thing ... duh  Confused

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Posted: 23 June 2012 at 10:40am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Polki_Zofi

Killing animals is cruel

 
Is killing animals cruel or killing itself that is cruel?

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Posted: 23 June 2012 at 11:20am | IP Logged
Killing is cruel, torture is even more cruel. Imposing atrocity in an unjust manner is even more cruel. It is just simple logic which dont need explanation.

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Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:18pm | IP Logged
The soul in animals can come as humans and viceversa. Animals if we can communicate with them will shock us. They are intelligent and can feel and respond.
For practical purpose we should be more humane and not be too cruel to other living beings.

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Posted: 24 June 2012 at 1:46am | IP Logged
In Poland (my country and culture/tradition) we are used to eat meat. However, it there is growing interest in vegetarianism.
 
When I first met my husband at university (he is an Indian), I thought he was certainly a vegetarian. Although, to my surprise he was not. He does yoga and dont drink at all, but when it comes to meat he consumes chicken fish and eggs in plentiful!
 
He is a Hindu, but I once saw him eat beef with a student from Kashmir ( i cannot say the kashmir guy country as he claim he have no country, and is a political issue in your region). It seem my husband love meat anyway.
 
Although, I am a vegetarian (egg eating). I don't know if its true vegetarian in India, but I eat the egg for protein.
 
My mother in law and sister is a complete vegetarian, while my father in law says he can eat anything which move and is not human (funny man)!
 
India for me still remain mystery ... I dont know how much i know of it, even after last time i travelled. When a child I remember making painting back in school of elephants and camels regarding india. I thought that when I arrive I will find elephant and camel everywhere on every corner ...
 
 
 

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Posted: 24 June 2012 at 9:59am | IP Logged
ohhh killing plants is also wrong then even plants have life why do u eat them??? if plants can regrow then animals also increase in number by giving birth...

remember a lion never thinks about you before eating you and it only needs food... 

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Posted: 24 June 2012 at 10:37am | IP Logged
Originally posted by sharontheangel

ohhh killing plants is also wrong then even plants have life why do u eat them??? if plants can regrow then animals also increase in number by giving birth...

remember a lion never thinks about you before eating you and it only needs food... 
exactly the point I was trying to make LOL

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Posted: 24 June 2012 at 1:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Polki_Zofi

In Poland (my country and culture/tradition) we are used to eat meat. However, it there is growing interest in vegetarianism.
 
When I first met my husband at university (he is an Indian), I thought he was certainly a vegetarian. Although, to my surprise he was not. He does yoga and dont drink at all, but when it comes to meat he consumes chicken fish and eggs in plentiful!
 
He is a Hindu, but I once saw him eat beef with a student from Kashmir ( i cannot say the kashmir guy country as he claim he have no country, and is a political issue in your region). It seem my husband love meat anyway.
 
Although, I am a vegetarian (egg eating). I don't know if its true vegetarian in India, but I eat the egg for protein.
 
My mother in law and sister is a complete vegetarian, while my father in law says he can eat anything which move and is not human (funny man)!
 
India for me still remain mystery ... I dont know how much i know of it, even after last time i travelled. When a child I remember making painting back in school of elephants and camels regarding india. I thought that when I arrive I will find elephant and camel everywhere on every corner ...
 
 
 

ROFL
This is such a cute post...

Well, Indian society has never been a monolith when it comes to vegetarianism...It has largely been limited to Brahmins, Jains and Buddhists...Though being a hot and humid country, Indians have traditionally avoided red meat...Religious/social taboo on beef is a rather recent - say, medieval - phenomenon...Egg is not considered a part of Vegetarian diet in India, perhaps with few exceptions among Southern communities, though dairy products are. Additionally onion and garlic are also avoided by many veggies..

I am personally experimenting with Vegetarianism for sometime now, solely for humanistic reasons...



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