23 May 2011

"To one whose mind is free, there is something even more intolerable in the suffering of animals than in the sufferings of humans. For with the latter, it is at least admitted that suffering is evil and that the person who causes it is a criminal. But thousands of animals are uselessly butchered every day without a shadow of remorse. If any person were to refer to it, they would be thought ridiculous. And that is the unpardonable crime. That alone is the justification of all that humans may suffer. It cries vengeance upon all the human race. If God exists and tolerates it, it cries vengeance upon God." Jean Christophe.


  1. Edji this post for me is right on the mark.

    I choose the Warrior Monk Path to bypass the illusion of god and all the emotional fear and crap that goes with it.

    I could never stomach the intense cruelty that goes on in the midst of this human chaos to man and animals and was never deluded because one thing I am absolutely sure of is that unconditioned energy and intelligence exists and can act most effectively to stamp it out in one’s own environment, because in tapping and using internal power one can thrive endure and take the appropriate action without worrying about karmic comeuppance.

    So if god exists and tolerates this chaos and I am prior to that as my true nature there’s a real chance I can get him by the short and curlies to explain why because if it was up to me he would be missing three attributes and one consciousness.

    It reminds me of a story about a man hanging by his finger nails on a cliff crying out for god to save him, the sky opens and a booming voicetells him to let go and crash on to the rocks and die, then he would be with him in heaven.

    Then all went silent and the man shouted in desperation is anybody else there.

    Love, kisses, blessings and a good rebirth to the Bakti’s, internal power and Buddha consciousness that can eat lightning and crap thunder to the Ninja Warrior.

    In the Spirit of the Way

  2. Wow, Sam. And a funny joke! Thank you with a million butterfly kisses.