Posted May 29, 2016 8:34 am by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

One could argue that the killing of an animal isn’t what makes them feel alive. The act itself broken down and separated from the entire experience is understood by hunters as a necessary part of the whole. What makes us feel alive is experiencing the full circle of life. Yes, this is intense and elicits emotions difficult to express even through the lens of film.

Reflecting on the intensity of the situation and seeing the great lengths our society goes in order to become disconnected from our food is astonishing. Sure, some people want to insulate themselves from this experience and understanding, which is totally fine, everyone has the right to make that choice. While we have the choice to make for ourselves, we are attacked for making this choice but when posed with the all difficult question about their children and taking an animal, it was evident the natural intuition for hunting still runs strong.

In a world where we are easily offended and go to great lengths to disconnect ourselves, is it ok for a child to witness the killing of an animal or to pull the trigger themselves?

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Source:: AmmoLand

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