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“I’m, an extremist…! Outside the mainstream, that’s me; – vegan pacifist! I teach peace and love; love your neighbor as yourself; turn the other cheek. Intellectually, everybody supports me; yet not in practice! Unconditionally – I love you and everyone. Extremist, I am…!” By BupSahn Sunim
HOW WE DESCRIBE ANIMALS (AND OURSELVES) “Animals are trained, humans taught. Animals have fur, humans hair. Animals operate by instinct, while people are moved by plans and ideas. A newborn baby is a cub, puppy, or calf while people come into the world as babies and are soon transformed into … Continue reading
The relationship between meat eating and Buddhism is a complex one which differs between traditions and is further complicated by the fact that Buddha Shakyamuni is said to have died from eating uncooked pork. Below I will consider some of the aspects of the relationship between Buddhism and meat eating … Continue reading
Buddha pointed out that there are several benefits of exercise including: fitness increased resistance to disease good digestion increased composure “Monks, there are these five benefits of walking up & down. What five? One is fit for long journeys; one is fit for striving; one has little disease; that which … Continue reading