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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Day 124: Farm From Hell

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2189933/Geoffrey-Towell--Farm-worker-jailed-filmed-battering-pigs-death-plastic-pipe.html

Another case of animal abuse has been exposed: a farmer and his assistant beat and starved pigs, as well as causing unnecessarily painful deaths by beating the pigs' brains out.

The man claims that the reason he treated the pigs this way is because he never received any kind of training - as if any person would treat animals that way just because they hadn't been trained on how to properly look after animals - people treat animals like that when their parents and environment didn't teach them to respect life when they were children.

We talk about installing surveillance all over the place to try and prevent cruelty and crime and what-not - but that is not solving the source of the problem - it's just a band-aid. Sure, it will probably allow for offenders to be caught and persecuted, but it won't support people to not become cruel or criminals in the first place.

It's like the whole hullabaloo of making the internet more secure, or trying to prevent fraud, or trying to keep kids away from porn sites - enforcing security measures will only stop people after they've already become possessed/desperate (which is not a bad thing) - it does not ensure that every child is given a supportive home in which they learn to respect life, use common sense and not become trapped in their thoughts and emotions.

See also: Creation's Journey To Life: Day 126

I forgive myself for not realizing that as animals have no voice and no way to defend themselves, animal abuse is the ultimate evil as abuse of an innocent.

I forgive myself for not realizing that exposing abuse without implementing a solution to the cause of the abuse is useless, as there will always be another case of abuse somewhere else as the cycle continues.

I forgive myself for not realizing that the lack of training originates from childhood - where children are not taught by their guardians to respect life.

I forgive myself for not realizing that by accepting and allowing the idea to exist and be perpetuated that humans are what they are and cannot change, is what is allowing the torture and abuse of animals and all life to continue.

I forgive myself for not realizing that cruelty has been justified as the human right to free choice.

I forgive myself for not realizing that animal abuse will never be stopped by activists exposing situations of abuse, as they will never commit themselves fully to stopping the abuse as that would require that they let go of their ideas of who they are and how their minds work, which apparently no one is willing to do.

I commit myself to show people that our continued abuse and mistreatment of animals is the manifestation of ultimate evil as the animals have no way to defend themselves.

I commit myself to showing people that the cycle of abuse will continue until we address the source of the problem as one.

I commit myself to show people that the only lack of training occurs in childhood when parents do not train their children effectively to become self responsible adults who live with respect and compassion for other life.

I commit myself to show people how our acceptance of human nature as immutable is what allows the abuse of animals and all life to continue.

I commit myself to show people how free choice is used to justify atrocities.

I commit myself to show that animal abuse will not stop unless every human is willing to educate themselves on how the human mind and body really functions so as to stop the atrocities of the mind in the name of money and self interest.

2 comments:

  1. ~ Brilliant piece ~ ty for writing this ~ mgf

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  2. This really moved me so much. I want to be able to apply this to myself because it is inspiring. As McKenna has said. It is a brilliant piece.

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