It is with honour we come to talk today. Oh my, what an interesting topic for discussion! We applaud you for the opportunity. Let us see how we go, this may take a few sessions to fully delve into.
We will start with farming, “factory farming”. This has been in existence for many, many years, centuries in your time. It is not a feature specific to these years. What is good is although “factory farms” exist, they are generally so much nicer than the way we have been kept previously. We do agree the separation of animals, like us in stalls is not desirable. Farming of animals will not disappear. We hope that it will become more respectful and compassionate.
A big issue is as the farms have increased in size, there has also been adjustments in human attitudes. We see the ones who feel angered at the treatment and disrespect for the animals that are kept this way. We see the ones who accept we are a source of food that “needs” to be farmed to feed people, and want to do it the best way they can. Then we see the ones who are disconnected from their emotions and higher selves, who regard livestock (and humans) as a possession. If we are to feel pity, the ones in the third group are who we pity most. They are numb to their soul purpose. Their ego has taken control.
The second group we have mentioned; the farmers who care or farmers with heart, we applaud you. We agree to come to this planet to help humans evolve. Part of that means we sacrifice the body for nutrition. Have you considered that while we are being farmed we are also getting to touch the hearts and raise the awareness of the humans who tend us? Do not assume those who work in any type of “factory farming” are unfeeling and cruel. Many are there to help us live the best way possible in that environment. They are sensitive and caring. Too many experience the pressure not to speak up, as that can often means no longer working with the animals they love. Staying quiet allows them to continue to care, to make the situation more bearable. No, they often do not agree that factory farming is a good system. They see the flaws. They sacrifice some of themself to help us have a better experience. We applaud this.
The first group, we cheer you as you are raising attention to our situation and stimulating change. We support your action against the blatantly cruel. Yes, you are helping increase awareness and consideration of the role and respect of animals in this world. We ask you also become considerate in your actions, your messages, please try to avoid offending those who agree with your underlying message by being too extreme. What we wish for from you is to work closer with the farmers with heart. Together you will achieve great things for all- animals, humans, the planet. Together your lights will shine strong for many.