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Greater Harm Done By Humans Against Other Humans

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in response to reader comment: Blind mind cannot realize

Submitted by AnneM (United States), Feb 29, 2008 at 11:12

When news reports come out from time to time about a dog having bitten a child or adult, as upsetting as it is, thankfully it is not often and when it does take place it is because of either neglect or cruelty by the person or persons that has that dog in the person's care.

More often than not, there is more human cruelty or neglect done to dogs then attacks done on a child or adult. Greater harm is done much more by humans against not only dogs and other God created animals, but also much more so, great harm done of humans against other humans. It is said that when there is cruelity against animals done coming from those who are human, then in time it will move on to harm done to other humans. If there is any blindness, it can be found in that reality.

Proof is what happened last year when American pro football player Michael got in trouble with the law because of animal cruelty in having illegal dog fights, as well as cruelty in the dogs that he had bred and raised to do dog fighting, with some killed when they lost. I see in dogs, pigs, and other animals wonderful creatures created by God and entrusted to humans to be taken care of in the proper manner.


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