Internalizing Human Indifference to Animals


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Internalizing Human Indifference to Animals
Comments by Betty - 30 Jun 2009

Some thoughts that crossed my mind include noticing that humans are unable to flap their wings and fly and that many, many animals seem to exhibit unconditional love far more than many humans do. I am one of those people who think that animals are probably far advanced in many ways compared to us "loving, intelligent" humans.

Bernie, your statement about anxiety and depression also jumped right out at me. Although some may believe that those conditions are attacks by Satan, there is often much more to it than that. One influence that I am personally well aware of is what certain sedatives used for surgeries can do to the mind--even with a strong faith in God. That being said, I do believe that faith may help people get through anxiety and depression.


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