“Then Tolstoy and the Humanitarians said that the world was growing more merciful, and therefore no one would ever desire to kill. And Mr. Mick not only became a vegetarian, but at length declared vegetarianism doomed ("shedding," as he called it finely, "the green blood of the silent animals"), and predicted that men in a better age would live on nothing but salt. And then came the pamphlet from Oregon (where the thing was tried), the pamphlet called "Why should Salt suffer?" and there was more trouble.” G. K. Chesterton in The Napoleon of Notting Hill.
|This is me, enjoying some food. |
You will note that I am NOT
Right now, I have it easy. I don't have to worry about what my kids should eat or how to persuade them to eat it (do you think I should make them eat onions)?