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A most compassionate child

Octopus

Photo by Rainer Voegli, via Flickr Creative Commons

This three-year-old child does not want to eat the deep-fried octopus on his plate. Each question he asks moves him and his mother deeper into his ethical dilemma: He does not want animals killed so he can eat them. The octopus is an animal. So are chickens and cows and pigs. He insists humans must take care of them, not kill them.

Millions have watched and been touched by the compassion and high-level reasoning of the toddler.

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