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Kisor - School

Is an Ox, born on 2002-02-23, who joined us on 2002-01-09.

One day I was just sitting in a garbage heap the thought came to me, "How is it that a bull, who the scriptures declare to be religion personified, can sit among refuse and of the hundreds or so pilgrims that pass by, not one is struck by the irony?" Just then and three men gathered around me having a discussion. One of them, a vegetable vendor, was complaining that I often stole veggies from his cart whenever he let his guard down. One of the big differences between cows and humans is the concept of ownership. We don't have it. Food belongs to whoever puts it in his mouth first. I can't understand how humans can have a cartload of food and not eat it, yet claim it is theirs. Food is for eating, not for hoarding. In any case, as the vendor raised his voice I knew it was time to make a move but when I got up, the other two men seized me and put me on a rickshaw and started carrying me off. I became concerned as it appeared I was going to be punished. It turned out that I was being taken to Care for Cows where I was given a good scrubbing, delicious food, and a clean place to stay. I have been here for several years and am known for the pink markings on my nose and for being gentle.


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Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.

Albert Einstein