Nature's Trinity

“Thou Shalt Not Kill”

One of the Ten Commandments states “Thou shalt not kill.”

According to the Bible, in the beginning, humans and animals were plant and fruit eaters and in the first chapter of the first book of the Bible, Genesis 1:29 and God told the first people:

“Behold I have given you every herb bearing seed which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed, to you it shall be for meat.

And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to everything that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so.”

thou shalt not killSo obviously somebody got the translation of the texts wrong and instead of being a plant and fruit-eating earth as was God’s will, it now became flesh-eating. Read the text where it says I have given every green herb for meat it does not include every beast or fowl as meat; it says green herb which means all life on earth should be on a plant and fruit diet.

In antiquity, when the earth was still fertile by itself, no man ate flesh but lived off the fruits and plants that grew naturally.

When you kill or cause others to murder for you for your desire to eat meat you incur a karmic debt, this will have to be paid back in some form at some stage in your life or the next incarnation.

By continuing to eat meat, you condemn the next animal to be slaughtered to satisfy consumer demand.

The Discourse gave the following observations on the Origin of Inequality – The Notes by Jean Jacques Rousseau

Among the four-legged animals that eat meat, there are two distinguishing features; the formation of their teeth are pointed, like the dog, cat, wolf and the fox their intestinal tract is short to allow faster elimination.

The plant-eating animals such as the horse, cattle, sheep, and all the other land eating animals have blunted teeth and designed for eating vegetation.

Another observation between meat eaters and plant eaters is their number of young being born. With the flesh eaters such as cats, dogs, etc. they have six to eight litters, and plant eaters have one or two offspring at a time.

The number of teats which is two for each female in the plant eaters and it is six to eight in the meat eaters, such as the dog, cat, wolf, and other meat-eating animals.

Humans have blunted teeth, and the body is not built to accept the flesh of animals.

Ask yourself this question; why have so many of our creative geniuses of humanity have been vegetarians?

What Famous and Influential People are Saying About Vegetarianism

Here is a listing of famous vegetarians: Jesus, Buddha, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Leonardo Da Vinci, Plato, Socrates, Pythagoras, Emerson, Tolstoy, Gandhi, Thoreau, Voltaire. Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln, and so many others.

George Bernhard Shaw said: “Animals are my friends …. and I don’t eat my friends.”

Albert Schweitzer said: “We need boundless ethics which will include the animals also.”

Albert Einstein said: “Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.”

Leo Tolstoy, Novelist and Philosopher said: “Vegetarianism serves as the criterion by which we know that the pursuit of moral perfection on the part of humanity is genuine and sincere.” A human being can be healthy without killing animals for food.

Mahatma Gandhi said: “I hold flesh-food is unsuited to our species.”

Leonardo Da Vinci said: “I have from an early age abstained from meat, and the time will come when men will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the killing of people.”

Essene Orthodox Faith: Do not believe in the slaughter of animals are themselves, vegetarians.

Richard Gere, the actor, says: “As custodians of the planet, it is our responsibility to deal with all species with kindness.”

Alec Baldwin, the actor, says: “Every time we sit down to eat, we make a choice. Please choose vegetarianism. Do it for the animals. Do It for the environment and do it for your health.”

John Robbins, the author of ‘Diet for a New America’, wrote – It takes less water to produce a years’ food for a pure vegetarian than to produce a month’s food for a meat-eater.

As these famous names cannot fail to impress, we assume it is worth to take note and perhaps follow their example.

However soon you choose to become vegetarian/vegan make it for all the above reasons of the famous mentioned above, and you will feel less guilty for not killing another animal.

There are a lot of good reasons to switch to a vegetarian/vegan diet, health and well-being, ethical, environment, religious, concerns for the animals, vitality and longevity.

Your food choices determine the outcome of your health and wellbeing.


To the best of your health,

Julie Eden



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