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It is an odd phenomenon, the way we react to the idea of eating dogs and other 'inedible animals'. Even stranger, though, is the way we DON'T react to the idea of eating pigs and other 'edible' animals. There is an unexplained gap, a missing link, in our perceptual process when it comes to 'edible' species; we fail to make the connection between meat and it's animal source.
Have you ever wondered why, out of tens of thousands of animal species, you probably feel disgusted at the idea of eating all but a handful of them? What is most striking about our selection of 'edible' and 'inedible' animals is not the presence of disgust, but the absence of it. Why are we not adverse to eating the very small selection of animals we have deemed 'edible'?
The evidence strongly suggests that our lack of disgust is largely, if not entirely, learned/conditioned/indoctrinated/programmed. We aren't born with our schemas; they are constructed. Or schemas have evolved out of a highly structured belief system. The system dictates which animals are edible, and it enables us to consume them by protecting us from feeling any emotional or psychological discomfort when doing so.
The system teaches us how to not feel. The most obvious feeling we lose is disgust, yet beneath our disgust lies an emotion much more integral to our sense of self, our empathy.
But why must the system go to such lengths to block our empathy? The answer is simple: because we care about animals, and we don't want them to suffer. And because we eat them.
Our values and behaviors are incongruent, and this incongruence causes us a certain degree of moral discomfort. In order to alleviate that discomfort, we have three choices; we can change our values to match our behaviors, we can change our behaviors to match our values, or we can change our perception of our behavior so that they appear to match our values. And the last is where our psychic numbing comes in.
The time is now to start questioning those ideas that you've been programmed to believe. Embrace veganism!🌱
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