Title: I'm a living being, not your food
created on 04 Apr 12

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1. clorophilla wrote:
 Please rate only if you aren't in the mind of eat him
2. jennifk wrote:
 what a delicate little lamb. great work!
3. DilCoura wrote:
 Amei!!
4. erif wrote:
 its beautiful
5. pinkie wrote:
 What a lovely picture. Has a 3D effect! Very well done!
6. erif wrote:
 but i have one thing to say plants are living beings too yet we eat them. they feel the pain too and the worse their agony can't be heard but that doesn't mean we stop eating. the point is this is the life's cycle which various biologists call food we
7. erif wrote:
 food web*
8. erif wrote:
 and it has to go on. great work though i loved it n its one o ma favourites :)
9. clorophilla wrote:
 Worldwide, 60 to 70 percent of the plants are fed to 60 billion land animals. So if humans stopped eating flesh, then fewer plants would be harvested. 1 meat meal = 10 veg meals.
10. clorophilla wrote:
 don't miss this: http://adaptt.org/videos.html#
11. erif wrote:
 so if human beings stopped eating flesh then there will more need of plants to suffice the need of the growing population of animals which wouldn't be checked if we feed on them
12. erif wrote:
 i get your point even i m against over exploiting of animals but look at the scietific aspect of it as i menyioned earlier there has to be a balance maintained in the food web so neither over eat them nor stop eating them comppletely
13. clorophilla wrote:
 Dear Erif, it's not so. You are misinformed, as I was not so many years ago. The enormous number of cows and other "animals for food" is caused by Humans. We breed then forcefully and then we rape the offsprings few days after birth, so the female could b
14. clorophilla wrote:
 could be inseminated far more soon than in nature would happen. We UMBALANCE the animal population, if simple we'd let our farm animals to live and breed naturally, the population will drop very quickly. please look at the link and then we could talk agai
15. clorophilla wrote:
 then we could talk again on an informed basis.
16. priya41 wrote:
 so cute and has a 3-D effect too!! i envy you, clo, your pics are all magnificient!!
17. gair wrote:
 This is masterful work, and the sweetest face I ever saw.
18. golehto wrote:
 WOW:) SOOOOOOOOOOO cute:) great work:)
19. Miulo wrote:
 He's so LOVELY!^o^
20. indigo wrote:
 Beautifully done clo!! No lamb for me...ever!
21. Lizzi wrote:
 Love the light and shadow. Brilliant!
22. tinkerer wrote:
 Lovely little lamb . . . don't worry . . . you won't be part of my Easter dinner.
23. ceniracoura wrote:
 Eu adorei! amei!
24. Hobbes wrote:
 Beautiful done and I totally agree with you!
25. Hobbes wrote:
 Beautifully sorry
26. mdawrcn wrote:
 Precious little lamb.
27. Angela wrote:
 NOT MY Food!
28. Normal wrote:
 Not my argument. Nobody worries about the broccoli's feelings. Love your lamb.
29. AFSOUTH wrote:
 I alway's look forward to your Artwork and comments!
30. erif wrote:
 hi clo i saw the link n i got ur point. u said in animal farms they are artificially inseminated which is as good as raping them but what about hybridisation in plants
31. erif wrote:
 isnn't that raping them too?? did u know that capsicum actully is a hybrid of tomato and chilli. aren't we being cruel to them. aren't we disturbing their cycle as well. tel me one thing clo, if some one's deaf and dumb sister is raped should the victim b
32. erif wrote:
 should the victim be given lesser punishment just because she cannot express her grief...
33. erif wrote:
 my point is why raise voices only on animal exploitation when poor plants are being terrorized too. we can ve them both as our body is designed to feed on them BUT... in a controlled manner
34. erif wrote:
 we should raise voices against over exploitation and on artificial breeding methods
35. erif wrote:
 but not on stopping to feeding on them as it won't just disturb the food web but disturb the ecological balance too
36. erif wrote:
 and btw where one animal can feed ten people you need 100 plants to feed the same ten people so what do u suggest???
37. 56rosie wrote:
 Fabulous pic!! exceptionally done Clo!!
38. oliviawottonjeweller wrote:
 Amazing picture Clo, as always! :) Heavy debate you & Erif have going on here..I wont get involved but will say I don't eat meat or fish & feel so much happier in my body & soul for it. :)
39. sandm wrote:
 sweet little lamb!
40. clorophilla wrote:
 Erif, Just one thing more, then I suggest to close the debate here, btw we could continue in the forum. but you have to calculate correctly: if 100 plants feed 10 people directly, it needs 1000 plants to feed the same 10 people by the flesh of one animal
41. clorophilla wrote:
 ...one animal that eat those plants. THIS are the right numbers.
42. debray wrote:
 What a beautiful lamb...
43. Login wrote:
 Great shading, clo. very appealing picture.
44. bluemoon wrote:
 beautiful
45. KJLavigne wrote:
 Wonderful artwork! Love him. I hate killing anything to eat. But, due to sin, there has to be death to support life. That's reflective of Jesus on the cross for us.
46. erif wrote:
 :)
47. clorophilla wrote:
 please STOP discussing here. And don't disturb Jesus for this. PLEASE.
48. Hazer wrote:
 Adorable lamb, clo!
49. Chrissyjoy wrote:
 Lovely lamb expression!
50. karbs wrote:
 BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!
51. lesley_gene wrote:
 Such a sweetie.
52. erif wrote:
 congratulation clo n sorry if u got offended on our debate it was just a matter of opnion. Hope u din mind
53. FEATHERHAWK wrote:
 Fantastic work done !!
54. Buga wrote:
 Interesting 'debate'. enf, the next time you go shopping, take a good look at the fruit and veg. Most of those greens and roots had been given time to mature to a degree, some even harvested at the flowering stage, and the rest are the fruit of mature pla
55. Buga wrote:
 (sorry!) plants. Animals, in comparison, live for a fraction of their natural lifespan before being slaughtered.
56. Buga wrote:
 KJLavigne, I'm not a practising Christian either but I would consider Jesus to have been a humble, wise, courageous and above all else, a compassionate person.
57. Buga wrote:
 I certainly would not belittle his suffering as justification for eating meat.
58. clorophilla wrote:
 erif, I appreciate your good intention writing this. I'm not offended. On the other side, animals do. I think that, for them, this "debate" is not a matter of opinion, but a matter of life and death.
59. Buga wrote:
 You put that so much better than mre! :) btw I love how the purple shading suggests that your lamb is standing in brilliant sunlight...
60. Buga wrote:
 ... very Holman Hunt!!
61. marg wrote:
 absolutely beautifully done. cloro :)
62. suzze wrote:
 :)
63. alexischilli wrote:
 Amazing job!
64. Radrook wrote:
 MASTERPIECE!
65. Arw65 wrote:
 Congratulations on a well deserved top 5
66. Qsilv wrote:
 Superb lamb, Clo! I've raised, cuddled, loved and had to lose them. There are worse losses, but that doesn't --shouldn't --diminish the heart-pangs. Altruism even when you know you won't win is a worthy part of life.
67. lesley_gene wrote:
 Congratulations on top 5! :)
68. indigo wrote:
 CONGRATULATIONS on Top 5! :)
69. lake1view wrote:
 cool, wow
70. Simona wrote:
 Awwwww ! That is the cutest thing in the world ! I wish to have him in my arms now
71. heaven9876 wrote:
 He's so adorable I love it!! I hope you don't mind if I refer my friends to this picture. It fits so beautifuly with a project we're doing. Thanks for the beautiful image. ♥♥♥♥
72. bagel wrote:
 I don't think I've ever tasted lamb. If I have it was only a small bite and I prefer the real animal to the food. GREAT picture!!



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