The moral imperative behind vegetarianism is precisely this: to imagine the pain of an animal and then to ask yourself one straightforward question: Do I need to kill it in order to live? And, if you do not need to eat animals to live a good life, then ask yourself the following, and perhaps more pertinent, questions: Is slaughtering a cow, beheading a chicken, or hooking a fish necessary? Is my palate the driving force behind my ethical values?
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Eye-Opening and a new perspective on the subject
The way everyone can be blind to the suffering of animals, a quality which is adapted and tethered in people's minds, has resulted in a new way of looking at it through this book. I felt connected to the author's thoughts and remained sympathetic to the pain/suffering of animals.
Yes, I wish it was longer! I finished it fast.
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Never looked at it that way
Definitely time well spent, the book opened my eyes to a new way of thinking
Yes, I would recommend this book
PS did an excellent job
The book inspired me to be more conscious of what I'm eating, not saying I'm ready to give up meat just yet.
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