reply to post by diamondsmith
This is a totally simplistic view of this realm. In this realm the rules are simple: everything, everything, must eat another thing to survive: eating
means killing. From Bacteria to Humans, the chain is clear, one eats - kills, another. Rabbits multiply like rabbits because they are food for so many
other animals - they get killed. Those are the rules, the rules don't apply to all realms, just this one - everyone who plays the game knows the
rules. In many ways it is an honor to serve another in that manner.
Now, gratuitous killing, another matter altogether and hardly worth discussing.
As for "saving" a life. This cannot be done, no one can save another from dying, the overall rule - in this realm and others, is that each person
decides when the enter the body and when the leave - period. There are no deaths by accident as we see it, everyone chooses to leave when they choose
to leave - most have no conscious connection to either the date they choose or the process (some do of course but you won't find them on talk shows)
but all choose the exit date. The why's and such of another's death cannot be understood by those viewing the exit point. What I mean by this is I
cannot understand why someone would choose to exit the body in a plane crash, or via cancer, I have no idea and neither does anyone else - that
understanding is found within the soul matrix of that person.
Do animals choose their death date? No, different consciousness process at play there, neither do plants or any other being in the realm that isn't
self reflective in its bodily expression.
Does motivation matter? Sort of, but only from the POV of the person taking the action. So, does it matter that I kill a spider because: 1. I don't
like them? 2. The bite might kill me? 3. For fun? The process of motivation is so subjective that only the individual who is taking the action - in
connection with the spider, can define what is actually going on for them in their evolution. To say one of the above three is wrong, or even right,
is to simply judge based on no information. Someone once said to me "I don't really know anything about punching someone." I said, "fine, hit
me." and the person did, and learned something. A person watching across the street would see an uncalled for strike and might even call the police.
To judge these matters should be seen as pointless, maybe fun to play "judge the action" but in the end it is pointless.