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Why I like Vegetarians

02 Jan

Yes its quiet strange. I am a strict non vegetarian, I am responsible for the death of at least one animal a day that has more than 10,000 neurons. But as one of my friend said I behave like a vegetarian an have many friends who are mostly veggies. I thought about it and its true. Some how my veggie friends outnumber non vegetarians.

The truth is, its pure coincidence. But I admire vegetarians. Till I finished my schooling I was a kind of vegetarian. Born in an orthodox Hindu family, followed strict Hindu laws, worshiped God and believed in it. I was brought up as a near vegetarian. Ever since I have knowledge I knew what death was, like every one I am really afraid of death.

“Nobody wants to die. Even those who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there” – Steve Jobs.

I know animals are afraid of death too and its real coward thing to kill something that doesn’t want to die. Even in ancient Tamil literature they say a true soldier in battle will refuse to kill him opponent who is fearful of death. now just imagine something is been killed behalf of me just because I like to taste its meat. Am I not a ********** ?

Vegetarianism is a good thing. It teaches you to respect your fellow species, teaches you they too have brains and they too deserve to live because they too fear death like you. I don’t know how many vegetarians realize how great they are, but the truth is they are great. They are able to control their senses.

I urge all non veggies out there to think. Think how it will be if you see your loved one being slaughtered by more intelligent Martians. Just for a minute, close your eyes and think and take a new year resolution that you will become a vegetarian.

If you have become a veggie, I am thankful to you as the price of Briyani is high and if demand comes down, the price will come down and I can have a lot of it. If you haven’t goto top and read the article once again. Bye Bye!

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Posted by on January 2, 2011 in Personal, Philosophy

 

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