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Imagine that one has somehow transformed into the body of a cow He is grazing peacefully in the beautiful fields and has nothing to worry about nothing that can ruin the moment He sees a truck in the distance knowing that him and his fellow cows are going on a field trip As the truck comes nearer sheep dogs are let out to round most of the cows up including him When all of them get onto the truck the sheep dogs filing in behind him the truck starts to move Looking around he sees that all the rest of the cows are suddenly poignant knowing something that he does not Bewildered he decides not to let them spoil the moment After about an hour the truck reaches a large farm The sheep dogs bring all of them in front of a shed A farmer is waiting there and leads cows one by one into the tiny shed but for some reason none of the cows are returning Soon it is his turn and he walks into the shed wondering what is about to happen As he looks around he is startled to see heaps of dead cows in a corner and a pile of used injections in the wastebasket The executioner is holding a needle Frightened he steps back but too late A feeling of coldness rushes over him and he know that the inoculation was fatal He takes his last breath as he blacks out diminishing to the ground As Albert Schweitzer stated Until one extends the circle of compassion to all living things man will not himself find peace Vegetarianism is not only a diet but also a consciousness of other living beings Humans are narcissistic and therefore do not look at the world--but the human race--as a whole Many reasons exist of why one should become vegetarian like the feelings of animals other ways of getting ones nutrients and accomplishing
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