If You’re Not Directly Killing the Animal, Who Cares?

    The second highlight from our most recent episode with president and co-founder Bob Isaacson of Dharma Voices for Animals whose mission is to encourage Buddhists across the world to align their actions with their ethics.

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    “The Buddha didn’t draw the line at actually killing the animal, he drew the line at being part of the process. And certainly if you’re eating animals, you’re creating a market for animals. And if you’re biting into, chewing, and swallowing their bodies, you are involved in the process. So it seems pretty clear, that’s not compassion. I wouldn’t want anyone eating me.” -Bob Isaacson

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