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Why Do We Eat Animals?

Teaching at the Baal Shem Tov Library in Flatbush, Rabbi Naftali Silberberg asks: "Who gave you the right to eat an animal?" Video

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Good stuff
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Good stuff

Naftali, You have a gift of explanation. Keep teaching us how to live on the level of our nefesh elokis.

Moshe Fink
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Moshe Fink

Perek 7 and 18 also talks about kedusha from food then after its aliya which the shoresh is part of Hashem ohr, Every neshomo is truly a chalek eloka mimal from pnimius.

Thank you!
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Thank you!

Very well explained

Eating animals in God’s name.
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Eating animals in God’s name.

The level of compassion a person chooses to uphold in life will essentially manifest in the bahavior and actions of that person. The words “believing in Hashem” may rest easier on ones conscious, yet to think that an animal prefers death is an extreme and dangerous minded way of being. As far as we know, our awesome world was created in such a manner that healthy, living beings desire to live. It’s not the vegans and vegetarians that we need to communicate to the rest of us that the killing of an animal is more similar to murder than is… Read more »

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