There is a strong disparity between the enjoyment that we receive from consuming animal flesh and the sacrifice that an animal has given to provide this pleasure. We receive relatively little, and the animal is forced to give everything. This is a complete inequality for the animal who has been killed for the momentary indulgence. Such a fleeting enjoyment cannot match the value of the permanent state that is death, and therefore the animal has given much more than the consumer has received. This is injustice.
23 Sep 2013 2 Comments