“I’m Doing Something Beautiful” – Toddler Contemplates Animal Consumption

Young Luiz Antonio has an epiphany during dinner that meat is the result of lost life. After having a deep conversation with his mother over the issue, he decides he will only eat his vegetables. “When we eat animals they die!” he exclaims. “I don’t like that they die. I like that they stay standing up.” He then asks his mother why she is crying, baffled as this realization seems clear as day. “I’m doing something beautiful.”

Definitely. Can this just be my kid?

Source: Stephen Messenger, TreeHugger, 31 May 2013

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