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The eating of flesh foods and, to a lesser degree, of animal products tends to keep the human consciousness limited to an outlook which is influenced by the animal propensities. If it is to become truly human, it must free itself from dependence on such foods and such products whose cellular substance is naturally impregnated with such propensities.


-- Perspectives > Chapter 5: The Body > # 19






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