This is a ‘cute video’.
It’s fun too, however that is not my reason for highlighting it.
The video of Peter the elephant shows that animals have ‘person hood’ – as such it should be harder to do bad things to them. Should be, however life is littered with examples of our ‘lack of soul’.
Because animals have been depersonalised in our society – religious teaching has contributed much of this – it is ‘easier’ to do bad stuff to them. At circuses, factory farms, when we move and abandon pets at ‘pet concentration camps’ (so called shelters where they carry out executions) and much more…
In war, it is much easier to kill an enemy if he has first been ‘demonized’ or depersonalised. Ground attack pilots find it easier to kill people because they can’t see what is happening in the same way as an infantryman can – distance in this case helps foster a depersonalisation effect.
How you treat animals is a key aspect of psychological profiling. It gives an indication of the type of character you have deep inside. Have a think about that. (And if you want help changing your deep conditioning in your subconscious please get in touch).
Think about how you can change your relationship to animals today. In any case, besides improving the lot of animals, it will make you a better father, husband, wife, son etc.
What kind of soul are you? Really?