21 Jul '17, 3pm

Part 2: One of History’s Earliest Ethical Vegan Voices: https://t.co/3edSOhDTSv

Further on, the poet says, “Since the bees fight their hardest to keep the gatherer off their honey, there is no harm in a man abstaining from it, and desiring to place the bee in the same category as other creatures that dislike being killed to be eaten and having their means of living taken to feed and fatten… human beings.” “Animals are, as you know, sensitive, and feel pain [….] Professedly religious persons have at all times been anxious to abstain from meat, because it cannot be obtained without causing pain to animals, who at all times shun pain. Think of the ewe, domesticated, and with young; when she has born the lamb, and it has lived a month or thereabout, they [humans] kill it and eat it, and want the [ewe’s] milk. And the ewe spends the night bleating, and would run in quest of it [the lamb] if she could. A commonplace [saying] among the Arabs is the suffering...

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