Man who was seen eating meat, asks not to hurt Animals at Kedarnath

As you all may know, these days people have started judging others based on their reel (social media) content, but if we look at their real lives behind the scenes, they are quite different.

Something similar happened when a video went viral, showing how the person in the video wants to educate others about the cruelty being inflicted on innocent animals, resulting in their deaths. In the video, a young man shows some dead animals and says that whoever is planning to visit Kedarnath, should come by helicopter not by animals.

Then he shows some scenes and says, “Look, these animals are dead. Their owners don’t care about them. They only care about money. They should just make money. They run around day and night and the animal gets completely exhausted in one round.” At the end of the video, he says, “It’s okay if you don’t like this video, but please share it.”

On the other hand, in that other video, he is seen eating non-vegetarian food. He is shown eating various types of non-vegetarian dishes, starting with rice and non-vegetarian curry, then adding lemon to the non-vegetarian dish, cutting a fish, and picking up pieces of chicken meat.

From this, we should understand that there is a big difference between reel life and real life. We should never judge someone based on one aspect of their life.

It’s crucial to keep in mind that how someone portrays their life in videos or on social media may not fully reflect who they truly are or all of their experiences. We should be cautious not to hastily form judgments or opinions about individuals based solely on what we see in these snippets of their lives.

Real life is multifaceted, complex, and often filled with nuances that cannot be captured in a short video or a curated online presence. It is essential to approach people with empathy, understanding that there is always more to someone’s story than meets the eye.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].