By Jason Farrell, Sky Correspondent
Sky News has uncovered shocking animal welfare conditions at a UK horse abattoir.
They include animals being beaten, neglected and illegal procedures in the process of slaughtering British horses destined for European food markets.
It comes amid public anger that some of our biggest supermarkets have been selling beef burgers and other products that contained horse meat.
Sky News visited the Red Lion Abattoir near Nantwich in Cheshire after concerns were raised by Animal Welfare Group Hillside Animal Sanctuary.
Investigators at Hillside fitted secret cameras which filmed horses being beaten with an iron rod to encourage them into the pens.
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For a man to calculate his value, should his conceit require him to do so, he calculates that which he does not have in natural fashion. He has it only in pretences; yet not accepting that he can never sustain that which is only pretended.
A truly valuable person is valuable according to his or her true nature. They are not concerned with his or her value. Knowing that they are not the centre of the world, they are instead concerned with the effect they have on the problems and or situations of his life, his fellow man and the world as a whole.
Such people know justice naturally; and some never get the idea, as their self-seeking attitudes prevent it. Many view those that they consider to be wise, aping them, hoping it will somehow pass to them. They shall know only disappointment, and look foolish.
The wise lead; lesser must learn to assist, not hinder. Not through jealousy or envy, but in caring study and self control.
When a man is concerned with his value, he is not concerned with the actions and psychological patterns that create his true value, but only in that which is imagined.
Mankind seeks to improve himself only according to that which he thinks he is, which is according to his fancy; not knowing that the valueless person cannot attain value through deceit, either of the self, or of others.
He may calculate his true value, or his false value, either real or just imagined, according to his baseness. In such manner he confuses himself, losing the self in his own confusion and disappointments, as he shall surely fail.
The wise one is always aware of his or her imagination; not letting it rule him or her, but managing it with care. He or she uses it to good purpose.
Imagination can lead you to destruction, or take you to higher levels of knowledge, according to its management, which is self chosen, and often according to ego.
Many imagine themselves to be Caulbearers, knowing that they are not. They then invent things to give them a sense of self importance. By doing so they are dishonest with themselves, as well as with all that they come into contact with.
So do they reduce themselves; and so, in search for higher value, they achieve a level of total worthlessness.