But in this case, I’m wrong. I consider Dogs and Cats to be blessings from — well, whomever. Anyone who suggests stoning a dog to death for any reason, much less some ridiculous claim that the dog is a reincarnation of some human, deserves to be stoned-to-death themselves. From Yahoo News:
A Jerusalem rabbinical court condemned to death by stoning a dog it suspects is the reincarnation of a secular lawyer who insulted the court’s judges 20 years ago, Ynet website reported Friday.
Read the whole thing since I can’t quote much or they’ll probably sue me or order me stoned to death.
You know, folks, I’m a “spiritual” person but not a religious one. Why not religious? Because I haven’t found a single rational religion as yet. And, frankly, most religions have done as much harm as good. Often, more harm. I believe in some vague sort of “God” but, is he or she or it really just me, my sub-conscious mind, or the workings of the matter of the Universe? Or, is there some actual super-being who started it all? I opt for the former explanation.
In any event, anyone who would stone a dog, or cat, or human, for any reason — other than self-defense, should be killed. I have a hard time imagining how a dog or cat would cause a self-defensive situation.
Do I make myself clear?
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