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Global Unity: Together in Saving Lives, Part 10 of a Multi-part Series

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Well, we can look at history and study how human slavery was abolished. All it took was a change of perception, a change of heart. It’s the same with animal(-people). We must see them as the noble, precious, nobly endowed, feeling beings as they really are, because they are. Some of their qualities we humans should even learn from. The loyalty of the dog(-person), the selfless sacrifice of your pet(-person) when it comes to rescuing their family members, or so-called owners. They would not mind their life, they would lay down their life gladly, any time, for their loved ones. […]

(Our next honorable guest is Mrs. Rosina Maria Arquati. She is a vegetarian, animal[-person] communicator, and the founder of “Animal Talk.”) (Good afternoon.) Good afternoon. (I’m actually vegan.) Ah, vegan. Welcome. Welcome. (Yes, yes. You cannot talk to animals and kill them or make them suffer. So you have to be all round.) Right, right.

(My one question to You, Master, is very simple. Human slavery was abolished over 150 years ago. How can we end animal slavery now?)

Yes, Madam, I ask the same question time [and] again. By the way, for the audience there, just a little explanation: When Madam Maria said that she is a vegan instead of vegetarian, there is a little difference. I did not know the difference before. I thought vegetarian is vegetarian, but actually, many people made vegetarian into a non-pure vegetarian diet. Like some people will say they are vegetarian, but they say they eat chicken(-people), only chicken(-people). And some people say they are vegetarian, but they eat eggs. And some people say they are vegetarian but they drink milk, eat cheese, honey or something like that, and wear leather stuff.

The vegan people are the purest vegetarians. They don’t use any animal(-people) products. They don’t even take honey. And they don’t take milk, they don’t have dairy products – any animal(-people) traces at all in their diet. And that is the difference. That’s why Madam Maria said that “I’m a vegan” instead of “I’m vegetarian.” Understood now, the difference? (Yes.) So smart, so smart.

Now, to answer your question, Madam. It is, you’re right, a form of slavery, isn’t it? Our treatment, our horrible treatment of our fellow beings, the harmless, defenseless innocent animal(-people). It is heartbreaking to think about it. Today, we treat countless animal beings in much the same way, and even worse, because they all face the cruelty of massacre and death.

At least not all slaves had to be confined in such small cages, that the animal-people could not even turn around all their entire short, miserable, suffering, tormented life. So animal(-people) factories [are] beyond slavery, Madam; it’s a death row sentence marked since birth. Entire species of beings are seen as inferior, and labeled as objects for buying, selling, torturing, breeding, abusing, and murdering at the end in such a cruel way that makes us humans the cruelest beings on the planet.

And we should not be in that level because we are human beings. We are human beings. We should be humane. We should have compassion, love and feelings for others just as if it were ourselves. Put ourselves in the position of the animal-people, then we know what we are talking about. Their God-given lives do not belong to themselves, but to the so-called owner, and ultimately, to the consumer. And we helped to create their misery. All of us. Or most of us. Until we awaken somehow by some good friend, some good situation, some urgent call somewhere. And then our merciful heart wakes up, saying to ourselves, “Oh no, this is not right. This is not correct. This is not the way I want it for our animal(-people), for our co-inhabitants to be. It’s not the way I want to treat the harmless, the innocent, the defenseless. They’re even benefactors to humans.” The similarities that you mentioned about slavery are shocking. But worse still, worse than slavery. This is the most cruel practice that we humans never imagine, that exists on our planet.

Especially, already 21st century, we had so many Masters that graced our planet. Jesus Christ, Shakyamuni Buddha, Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), the Jain Master, (Lord) Mahavira, Guru Nanak, etc., etc. You name whatever religious Leader and Founder, They all taught us compassion and love. They all taught us to respect all beings as creations of God.

So how can we end animal(-people) slavery? Well, we can look at history and study how human slavery was abolished. All it took was a change of perception, a change of heart. It’s the same with animal(-people). We must see them as the noble, precious, nobly endowed, feeling beings as they really are, because they are. Some of their qualities we humans should even learn from. The loyalty of the dog(-person), the selfless sacrifice of your pet(-person) when it comes to rescuing their family members, or so-called owners. They would not mind their life, they would lay down their life gladly, any time, for their loved ones.

If you just remember, when you look on television, there’re some rescue scenes when we have a disaster, earthquake or something that destroys our home and many people [are] buried under the rubble, many dog(-people) are sent from different countries or within the countries to go there to rescue the humans. They’re walking, running barefoot. And they’re running to every corner on broken glass, on heated stones, under dangerous conditions, just to try to find the humans who survived under the rubble. They did not even think for one second how dangerous the situation is, how their life could be terminated any second. They just concentrate on their mission to rescue human beings.

Now, we humans sometimes think twice about that. I’m sorry if I have offended any of you. But dog(-people), for example, they never think, never. They lay down their life any time for us. Now, if we humans think animal(-people) are inferior to us, I beg you to think again. We should respect them, love them, protect them, instead of thinking of them as inferior objects.

Now, just 150 years ago, as you mentioned, Madam, human slavery was the norm. At that time, people thought that slavery was normal, so almost everybody owned a slave or two and treated them the way they wanted. Even branded them with hot iron to make sure that everybody recognized they were privately owned slaves and not to be taken away or stolen or sold again. It was a normal thing to own a slave, and to treat the slave as such, like an inferior object. Today, we are more civilized, well, I hope, I think.

Today, slavery is an atrocity, is recognized internationally as a heinous crime. And the day will come when the same is true for animal(-people) slavery and massacring. But until we get there, we must be like the abolitionists and try to show others that animal(-people) are not here for us to abuse or to eat; they are here for their own purpose, designed by God, and deserve freedom, respect, and life, just like we do. Urge your government leaders to ban this cruel and harmful system as well.

If we don’t support slavery and want to get rid of it, we can start by getting rid of it in our own personal lives. If we don’t support slavery, then we would choose no animal(-people) products at all. And if we don’t support cruelty, then we will abolish all animal(-people) products from our lives. And if each one of us makes this humane choice to end the slavery in our own lives, then together we can abolish the entire cruel system that makes us less than human, that likens us to the so-called… we call them wild beasts, like the lion and the tiger. But the lion- and the tiger(-person), they eat when they’re hungry only. We even eat for pleasure, at the expense of the suffering, tortured, murdered animal(-people). We call the lion- and the tiger(-people) wild beasts because they are wild – they eat live animal(-people), they chase, they hunt and eat live animal(-people). Well, then we have to be different if we want to call ourselves human, the children of God. Can you imagine, would God do this? Would God come down here on Earth and kill everything in sight from the sky to the deep ocean just to feed Hirmself? (No.) Would God do that? Yes or no? (No!) Yes, if there is a God, would Hes do that? (No.) (No). OK. No. Thank you, thank you, thank you so much. So we are supposed to be the children of God. Like Father, like son, no? (Yes.)

If there is a God that we believe in or there’s a Buddha that we believe would come down here, They would never, God would never kill any animal(-people) to eat. God would protect them, feed them, love them. Is that not so? (Yes.) Yes. That is the God that we imagine that we would worship and trust! What kind of God goes around and eats everything in sight? Then we would also run away because of fear and terror.

Now, if we are the children of God, the disciples of the Buddhas, then like Father, like son; like Master, like disciples; we must do the same. We must represent a God that is merciful, compassionate, loving, kind, protective to the weak, the innocent, and the harmless. Not only are the animal(-people) harmless, they are very, very useful to us. They are blessings to the planet.

They give the planet more love than we could emit. That’s why our planet is still holding balance. Without the loving animal(-people), our planet would probably have been gone long ago. The way we treat it, the way we treat ourselves, each other, other beings, and the environment, our planet would have been gone, gone, gone, gone.

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