Let Me See ~ HUNTING

The Buddha taught people to consider others as themselves, and themselves as others, meaning not only human beings, but all living things. If we understood ourselves better—our likes and dislikes, hopes, fears, and other feelings—we would understand others better, too, and would know how to behave in our relationships with them, without needing to be told. We do not like to suffer, do we? Well, neither do others; they are just like us in this respect.

What we need to do is to listen to ourselves, and feel our pain, instead of depending so much upon others to teach us; deep inside us, we already know.

Hunting and

fishing is sport

to some,

but death to

the animals

and fish.

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