Have you heard about the new "Shooter" video game marketed by Steam?
You can either be the school shooter or the security officer who confronts the shooter. Our young people are buying and playing this game.
What does this have to do with food? I've said for many years that the way we view life on the farm is ultimately the way we view life elsewhere. Hence, the pigness of the pigs. Respecting and honoring life starts on the farm.
Is it possible that when a culture disrespects and does violence to its plants and animals in the food it grows, that it will eventually extend that violence into the human environment?
Something to think about.
Do you know how your food is treated before it gets to your plate?