posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 09:54 AM
I don't see why anyone should be a strict vegetarian. There are several kinds of halfway diets. One is called the ovolactovegetarian diet, which is
self-explanatory. Mi sort would have to be called insectopisciovolactovegetarian. I stopped eating all vertebrates except fish (no amphibians,
reptiles, birds or mammals) a long time ago, and I eat eggs, dairy products, insects and seafood in general. At first it was hard to stop eating
livestock meat and I'd feel the craving for a hamburger every now and then but eventually it vanished.
There's a big problem with cheese because there's both animal and plant rennet and in some places cheese makers still haven't switched to plant
rennet because it's more expensive. It was revolting to discover that my cheese had things that had come out of a slaughterhouse and I stopped
eating it at once. I just couldn't enjoy it anymore.
I refused to keep eating tunafish when I discovered that the "Dolphin-safe" label is an imposture. The special nets lessen but don't avoid the
killing of dolphins, turtles, sharks, etc. The authorities are aware of this but they've always been on the side of Big Business, which places
profits before everything else.
Riip9110, retrograde reincarnation is mentioned in the sacred Scriptures but it's a superstition. Coming back as a nonhuman animal is used in the
way some parents use scary tales about evil characters who kidnap children when they misbehave, or in the way religions scare people with lakes of
fire and brimstone and devils.