Hhhh (sigh). l have heard all these arguments before.
Sorry to trouble you then. You could've stopped after this, you know.
Sprouts can become a pleasurable habit if you have a good attitude towards them and give it time.
Maybe. Don't speak for everybody.
Bordum has alot to do with disease.
Is "Bordum" different than "boredom," which has to do with being bored? This is a very un-thought-out point. Be careful what you say.
The probability of being killed in an accident is way less than dying thru an unhealthy lifestyle.
That doesn't mean it won't happen. My point is that you can make all the plans you want. You can make every effort to follow a certain way of life by the rule, but it doesn't mean much if you get hit by a falling piano or crash landing UFO. There is a difference between what is probable and what is possible.
(points 2,3,and 5 are very un-thought-out. Be careful what you say here.).
They're generalities. And they're based on very well thought out principals. I borrowed from Zen wisdom for #2, was merely pointing out what appears to be an odd bit of reasoning on your part (perhaps because it wasn't very well substantiated) in #3 and we've already gone over #5. Remember: There are more forces at work that determine life span and what kills us than what you purport.
Sprouts give your life new meaning because your mind, body and soul operate on a different level. (This is the bit everyone is not understanding, it's hard to explain something a person has not experienced before, l will try soon though).
You're right, it is difficult explaining something that can only be experienced. I don't think you help your cause any by making it a moral imperative. And as soon as you start showing pictures of poop... well then you're sunk.
l will talk more about this when l have more time.
Don't bother. You've said enough.