Pray to the God of Carnism


Feb 9, 2021
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It’s occurred to me this morning that there is no such thing as peace. There is war, definable in action, phenomenally. Peace thus is simply the absence of war.

A natural state. An undisturbed, flourishing.

What about veganism? It is also a non-action, isn’t it? Whereas carnism requires blood to be spilled... just like war.

To keep this brief, I came to the conclusion that only actions can be personified in the image of a godhead... So we have a God of war. And so we must have a God of carnism... both of whom are great buddies I bet.

As a prayer may reach and sway a godhead - I invite us all to for a moment to bow our heads and address of this good of carnism that has had hold of our planet for some multitude of centuries.

~ Oh great and beastly high eminence, We thank you for all of the tribulations and abundances in lesson which you have bestowed upon us. In earnest praise, we gratefully request in readiness our release from your order - from your hold upon our dependence to consume bloodily forms in sustenance. May you be elevated in our freedom to return to our original intelligence and fruitful satisfaction by the plant and mushroom realms. Never to take assertive influence over our judgement again.

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I would say that peace is the result of very definite actions, both inwardly and outwardly, which serve to mitigate conflict.

There are some gods that could be considered gods of veganism.

The likeness of the Quan Yin Bodhisattva (Buddhism) is often displayed in Asian vegetarian restaurants. She is also called Quan Am, Guan Shi Yin, or Avalokiteshvara.

Mahavira (Jainism) could also be considered a god of veganism.
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