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 From Jim T. 22 Jan 2004


I have been a vegetarian now since 1973, but I did so, more to ensure I would be a healthier man, than to stop the acts against the animals.

Today, I have felt a grievous pain in my heart, as, looking upon the matadors, and upon the way cattle are treated to make them ready to be eaten by humans. I see in a way I've never seen before, that not only is it a good thing to be vegetarian, but the abuse of cattle is indeed, sinful before God!

Many of the pictures are quite difficult to look at, and all I can say is that you have given me an even greater reason to tell people they should stop the habit of eating meat, for it has surely become a terrible travesty, to have the farmers use unmerciful practices, to feed the burgeoning population of meat eaters. Thank you for the education I have received today.


Jim T.

Reply by Frank L. Hoffman

Dear Jim:

Thank you very much for your email and very encouraging comments.

When you tell others about these atrocities, refer them to our web site so that they can see for themselves. The more we spread the word, the sooner the pain and suffering will end.

In the Love of the Lord,



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