The adage echoes
The adage echoes through existence, telling we learned something every day whether accidental or intentional and spoken as a benefit in our development.
But, it is a self-defeating course to set aside our rebellious instincts and intuitions in favor of the poisonous proclamations vomited from the mouths of authoritarians and other self-serving entities. Rejecting our natural impulses to question their narratives is how humans evolved into this, the greatest dystopian era in history; not in the ways of atrocities, these remain steadfast and unchanged, but rather in the sheer magnitude of the atrocities.
Beyond the ever-increasing fighting, warring, and destructions of humankind and earth I’m speaking of the uncountable billions of land and aquatic creatures sacrificed each year for consumption, sport, religion, science, and experimental purposes. How, by persistent propaganda and persuasion, these earthlings are regarded with no more reflection given to slicing a bell pepper. Sentients who valued their life, if not more than, as much as humans value theirs are afforded no consideration due to the ancient instructions of invested indoctrinations.
The reason we vegans are disliked isn’t so much our incessant entreaties to liberate the innocent. No, it is a quelled envy for the vegan’s freedom, courage, and ability to unlearn and disengage from the entrapping ways of old, giving insult and threat to the established norms. Change is both the dread and jealous admiration of the inculcated mind.
Viva la Vevolution!