The Ten Commandments – successfully fulfilled by sheep

Thou shalt have no other gods but me.

The sheep certainly have no other gods. They just follow their Christian shepherd, munching grass.

Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven images

The sheep have successfully fulfilled this commandment as well. They make no idols or imitations of that which is in heaven. They graze, moving inseparably from their flock.

Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.

Again, an exact hit. Not one sheep will exclaim “Oh, God!” or “Oh, Dear Lord!” She is busy bleating.

Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.

I admit that the sheep here may have a little difficulty determining exactly which day is the Sabbath. But in all likelihood, they will not work on that day, and since they will remain faithful to all other orders, they will sanctify it.

Honor your father and mother.

Every lamb listens to its mother and has fearful respect for its father. It would never dishonor either of them.

Thou shalt not kill.

Another box checked by the white sheep. They don’t kill other animals nor do they kill those of their own kind. Sheep are extremely peaceful and never show a tendency to selfish desires. They do not argue, quarrel, or try to follow personal aspirations. Each of them knows that the flock is above everything.

Thou shalt not commit adultery.

For the ram, this will prove an impossible task, but, as we know, religion has always judged women much more harshly in terms of sexual morality, and the female sheep does not commit adultery.

Thou shalt not steal.

Maximum score. One sheep will never steal from another. For the process of stealing to be possible, one of them must first have demanded something for itself, and there is no such danger.

Thou shall not bear false witness.

There is no case in history where a sheep has uttered a lie.

 You shall not covet.

And the last commandment is strictly followed. Sheep have no desires for what belongs to others. They want only peace and collectivism.

As we can see, the Ten Commandments are aimed at the wrong biological species. In Heaven, one goes to graze as a flock, and in this the sheep will always be better than humans.

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