pegembara wrote:So if it is right for a tiger to eat a deer, is it right for it to eat a small child?
Why is a child more important than a deer to us? Because we are naturally attached to it.so we tend to do everything in our power to make sure they are safe.And it is natural for us to be upset and angry when a child is attacked.This is in our nature.Just like to kill and eat is in the tiger's nature.
Even though a child has been attacked and eaten and even though we are in pain and suffering with grief if we look deeply the answer to your question it would be yes,absolutely.Because your question asked "is it right for a tiger
" so this is from a tiger's point of view.is it right for a human
to have their children eaten by a tiger? the answer would most probably be no". Because our intention is to keep them safe.
Keeping your loved one safe and eating are both wholesome intentions.
However painful it seems from a subjective point of view.
We must remember that Right or Wrong is relative to it's Intentions.