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it might sounds a fool topic.

well, i believe in God. i am vegetarian.

why? i think that eat another living being is not “human”, is not necessary,is not a “HIGHER WILLING”.

so…why the meat has so much value in almost all religions?

yeah, the lamb, the pork.

On Easter Christians do not eat meat, muslims cannot eat pork…

Is there a particular (peculiar) reason for this (seemilgly)”tradition”?

what do Christians think?(the one who is writing is not obviously).

what about vegetarianism?

and about Bible and meat’ relationship?

free to prove i am wrong when I say “respect all livings being.do not eat none of them”.

Valentina

(forgive the bad english guys.thanks)

Italy

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