The butcher in Kaushika’s story could also be interpreted as saying that he is not responsible for…
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When you see the full context of the story, he’s going far beyond social justice viewpoints. Social justice is good as far as it goes. The butcher was more interested in inner transformation of the one he was conversing with, as opposed to defending himself. This is borne out by the depth of the conversation that you read in my piece, which, bytway, is a tiny fraction of the actual story in the Mahabharata that goes into great details on deep matters. :)

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