The man has just thought he was a king of nature. He is one of the rare in evolution eating his … relatives. The man has just imagined that he can eat everything he sees and his mind amplifies. The mind is like salt and sugar that helps us eat everything. A man at one point has imagined he can eat his siblings and sisters, at the next moment, has imagined he can push them into the paddocks so he can control them. But the man has yet to think that he can heal them into cages, where they are under constant stress, huddled, sawn, rustled with others in their own square inches or square meters (it would be a good experiment with people if they had to live. It would likely be mad after 1 week, with medicines maybe taken down to a month). People seem to have experienced a lot of negative feelings about such a life in which they have been martyrs, animals must be grateful that people have fed them (with shit (from an economic point of view, the most beneficial food). And then they are stripped of their skin over their eyes. The body is divided into pieces. And these pieces are cooked and convicted. The man has only imagined that eating this animal, a bird full of subversive energy, will be able to soothe his hunger. But once you've lost your foundation, your way, your spiritual connection, your hunger can no longer be assuaged. You become a consumer/predator willing to destroy anyone who is not in peace with your opinion. And this mess is not just about food, but also clothing, car, housing. The man's mind is that he can change clothes every year or even seasonally, thereby putting enormous pressure on the planet's ecosystem. The man has imagined he needs to improve the comfort of housing and movement, which he really doesn't need so much. A man has imagined that something can be privatised in nature, made self-owned, destroyed the ecosystem of this place, even shot if someone has entered his territory. A man has become such a great ego of Nature that he has raped the world. Converted him to unrecognized. In people's language, Fu...ed! I have to admit that I am one of them who has done it. But I started to wake up from this illusion in which we all find ourselves. I refuse systemic products. From meat, alcohol, tobacco produced in the system, I also try to reduce dairy products. I have refused a systemic school, my children learn at home.
Can you live differently? Can you live without consumerism? YOU CAN. You can live without a lot of things. Can also live without eating (see her stories). With every step we make choices. Every time we're in a store, we can choose to buy or not. In every step we can make a choice about whether or not to be a consumer or a friend of nature. One of us. The same divine fire burns in every living organism. The man has just imagined that his light, which makes his body move, is SUPERIOR, to that divine hung that burns in the animal. All flora and fauna.
Story medium: TARS
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