Your Daily VegInspiration: The Boundless Compassion of Jesus | Dr. Will Tuttle | 12-19-22 – 12-25-22

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Victims, Perpetrators, and Bystanders – 12-19-22

None of us is completely innocent, because to some degree we all are, and have been, in all three roles as victims, perpetrators, and bystanders.

Fundamental Change – 12-20-22

People who are serious about spiritual growth are apparently capable of embracing fundamental change in their lives, and may even welcome the opportunity.

Increasingly Devastating Drugs – 12-21-22

We exhibit not only hubris but remarkable obtuseness in caging, torturing, and infecting animals in the name of improving our health. We can see the outcome of our actions already, as new diseases continue to arise and old ones spread, often becoming impervious to our increasingly devastating drugs.

Our Spiritual Purpose – 12-22-22

As we research, discuss, and deepen our understanding of the mind-body connection, of the human-animal connection, and of our connection with all the larger wholes in which we are embedded, our spiritual purpose will become manifest.

The Boundless Compassion of Jesus – 12-23-22

Jesus’ exhortation that we love one another and not do to others what we wouldn’t want done to us is the essence of the vegan ethic, which is a boundless compassion that includes all who can suffer by our actions.

We All Hear the Same Call – 12-24-22

We are all presented with the same evidence and hear the same call for mercy and justice.

The Boundless Compassion of Jesus – 12-25-22

Jesus’ exhortation that we love one another and not do to others what we wouldn’t want done to us is the essence of the vegan ethic, which is a boundless compassion that includes all who can suffer by our actions.

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There are strong voices in all religious traditions emphasizing that our kindness to other beings should be based on compassion. This is more than merely being open to the suffering of others; it also explicitly includes the urge to act to relieve their suffering. We are thus responsible not just to refrain from harming animals and humans, but also to do what we can to stop others from harming them, and to create conditions that educate, inspire, and help others to live in ways that show kindness and respect for all life. This is the high purpose to which the core teachings of the world’s wisdom traditions call us. It is an evolutionary imperative, a spiritual imperative, an imperative of compassion, and, in reality, a vegan imperative.

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