The Spiritual Aspect Being Vegetarian

I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older or that I have been a vegetarian for many years that it seems I have become more spiritual. I seek spirituality much of the time. Did I turn into a feeble old man who is filled with regrets? I sometimes wonder… Did the way I eat move me to crave experiencing being one with God?

I remember when I got my first BB gun. You can guess what I did with it as an adolescent and it wasn’t target practice, either. I think back and regret my young actions. Now, I don’t want to hurt a hair on anyone’s head, human or not.

‘Sometimes, I sample meat, but it doesn’t have the same taste I used to relish. What happened to me? It seems like the longer I’m vegetarian the less good the old food tastes. I am always aware when I eat an animal that it was essentially murdered to put it on my plate. Knowing that, it isn’t worth it for me to eat it…’ ~ your author

And, it seems as I become healthier and healthier, that my body has become more sensitive to food I eat, especially if it is the wrong food and the red flag of pain surfaces quite soon to alert me I am eating unhealthy.

I have also discovered certain food that is vegetarian isn’t good for me. I don’t know what happened to me, but it seems I am streamlining my diet to less and less choices of food. For example, among other foods like rice and potatoes, I don’t eat bread anymore. Why no grain like wheat, oats, barley and rye? Gluten affects me.

‘Drinking coffee leaves me feeling anxious, with a sense of impending doom, making my heart skip a beat. I have to add cream and sugar so I can drink it. I now drink Japanese green tea which leaves me feeling a sense of peace and serenity I never got with coffee…’ ~ your author

Remember, I am not a professional nutritionist. This site is my experience losing weight and getting healthier. And, I hope something herein will help others on their weight loss and health path.

I update how I am eating as I go. I don’t intend on preaching and don’t want to become a radical food guy. But, we need to eat our best foods so we don’t get ailments, conditions and diseased.

To conclude, I have found the food I eat affects me in every way; be it mentally, emotionally and physically. That’s why I believe so many of us in the USA are prone to every kind of health problem imaginable. Check out how I eat, here.

Note- consult your doctor before you change your diet.

3 thoughts on “The Spiritual Aspect Being Vegetarian

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    2. Hello- Glad you like the articles. Hope they make sense. It appears you are already making an attempt to monetize your site. But, as far as Wordads goes, it depends upon how many ‘views’ you get. It’s been a while and my memory is a bit foggy, but I think I remember WordPress support suggested anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 views per week to start getting a reasonable monetary value. I am not sure about AdSense. Best to contact support to get an accurate appraisal possibly recommendation. You can go into the reader and search for topics related or contact support from there on the bottom right question mark. You might also want to go in and check your ‘site stats’.Thanks for the compliment on my site. Good luck!

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