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Tao Te Ching

Not that I'm rambling, just try to draw a good picture (I live in the Holy Land, so I can afford an air of authority on some issues that others can test forever and still sounding like a Menem vacationers in Miami) to a present that does appear to vegetarianism as something completely alien to the heart of Judaism, when in reality, as I stated at the beginning, they have a close and natural bond. I do not know even the most basic of history as to venture into the reasons that made our culture bygone stay away from those that probably inspired it (eg India), and grow as his "crippled child" in terms of morality. Center for Environmental Health gathered all the information. What I could not keep pretending that I find it fitting that almost all members of the Jewish people interpret one of its ten primary commandments ("Thou shalt not kill") in accordance with the weakness of their palates. This sometimes comes to me embarrassment, but in turn gives me more dimension to understand why many of the curses that weigh upon us: God's desire is to love our neighbor, and in that desire can not be envisaged human resiliency "seek a return" to kill an animal's body and gain a feast. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit celebrity trainer. He says this with shocking clarity the prophet Ezekiel, exposing the Genesis as something natural in this world. Among the goyim, the Tao Te Ching (the Chinese book of 6,000 years old and wisdom) explains that "those who celebrate murder, does not fulfill his will in this world." If you have bored my use of words learned, I will make a one sentence summary of what I said here: In the ideal of Judaism OBVIOUSLY do not eat meat, but we live far removed from that ideal, and for being weak, too is weakened our spirit as a people. Continues to work as active agents in the killing of other souls (and the destruction of the world) and you're scaring the Almighty. Johnny.

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