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But if I am, now, trying to explain you the very reason in one concise sentence, you will be astonished once more how far your guessing had been from my real motive.
Listen to what I have to tell you: I refuse to eat animals because I cannot nourish myself by the sufferings and by the death of other creatures.
You remember juicy steaks, succulent fishes, wonderfully tasted sauces, deliciously smoked ham and thousand wonders prepared out of meat, charming thousands of human palates; certainly you will remember the delicacy of roasted chicken.
Now, you see, I am refusing all these pleasures and you think that only penitence, or a solemn vow, a great sacrifice could deny me that manner of enjoying life, induce me to endure a great resignment.
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The Germans did not stop slaughtering animals when they took up slaughtering people.
Perhaps you think I took a vow -- some kind of penitence -- denying me all the glorious pleasures of eating meat.
The book is subtitled "A Dialectic of Diet and Ethic" and is recommended to all vegetarians especially those interested in natural hygiene.
"The following pages were written in the Concentration Camp Dachau, in the midst of all kinds of cruelties.
This position allowed him to keep a secret diary on stolen scraps of papers and pieces of pencil.
He would bury his writings and when Dachau was liberated on April 29, 1945 he collected them again. From his Dachau notes he wrote an essay on vegetarianism which was translated into "immigrant" English.