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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Documentary, Emotion, Fotografia, FujiX100s, iPhoneography, Outsider view, Street photography, Urban life, Words of music on 2017/06/28 at 04:00

According to Buddha

When you experience that divine love, you will see no difference between flower and beast, between one human being and another. You will commune with all nature, and you will love equally all humankind.

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we went down to the demonstration
to get our fair share of abuse
singing, “we’re gonna vent our frustration
if we don’t we’re gonna blow a fifty-amp fuse”
and, you can’t always get what you want
you can’t always get what you want
you can’t always get what you want
but if you try sometimes you might find
you get what you need

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Toronto March to Close All Slaughterhouses Dundas and Yonge, Toronto ~ June 2017

  1. Impressive report, good shots!

  2. There’s great benefit in trying to change people’s mind about slaughtering animals for consumption. There are so many, many good reasons that go beyond killing the animals.
    Vegetarianism is a healthy lifestyle and I support this 100%
    Thanks Hedy for producing this fine post. Have a happy day dear friend

    • slaughtering animals for consumption…is contested and the politics of food are alive and well…i do go to an ethical butcher…which costs more not sure it’s more kind…i mean what do critters think in their last minutes…of course how it done is mattering…i don’t know and i am not vegan…i did document this march as i appreciate people with passion and people who are kind…we need more of them…i continue to learn along the way Eddie…hence i am a sloppy buddhist…i try my best to be a kind being 😀 have a wonderful weekend Eddie 😀

    • thanks Terry for always coming by my sloppy posts…and i appreciate that 😀

      i do not know what is true or untrue…

      there are things i know and things i don’t know and there are things i think i know but don’t and things i don’t know i don’t know and things i don’t know if i know or don’t know and there are things i think i know but i’m not sure…

      have a happy weekend!

  3. I’m grateful there are people who care this much, because far too many care too little, if at all. Humans have become far too removed from where the food we eat comes from. I wish there were more protection for animals in general in this country–especially in Alberta. (Laws and enforcement are quite lax here.) Most of my best friends in this life have been animals. I think they deserve a lot better. 😥

  4. Wow Hedy, you really caught the energy – their anger and righteousness and frustration. I’m not against eating meat, I’m against the cruel and disrespectful and uncaring way the meat gets from the field to our plate. I have no problem with it if animals are treated with great kindness and respect, and killed without pain and with great gratitude. Sadly it doesn’t happen this way. 😦
    Alison

    • i think seeing a slaughter house is a good thing to experience…and i am glad to see people with passion and motivation to educate and put another lens on issues…i am not a vegan…have a wonderful long weekend Alison…smiles 😀

  5. animals need care and love.

  6. Took me a while to get The Stones, but in the end – I got what I needed. 🙂
    Kindness – Robert.

  7. thank you, hedy
    for giving heartfelt
    voice to us voiceless
    animals 🙂

    • David! 😀
      thank you
      for
      looking and responding
      always appreciated…i do love critters…and people with passion 😀 and know i’m “sloppy” and not really a buddhist at all…i try my best to be kind 😀

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