- PROHIBITION TO EAT PART CUT FROM A LIVING CREATURE
G-d created living creatures in the world, and we must respect their existence.
As opposed to the flora, which is renewed continuously, harm to animals is irreversible.
Although the Torah is not negating the eating of meat, it sets strict limits to the ability of a person to use animals for his needs.
this commandment, which obliges us not to be indifferent even to the suffering of an animal, enhances also our obligation to be aware of another person's sorrow, not to hurt him and to help him come out of his stress.
The practical meaning of this commandment is prohibition to eat a limb or tear out a limb taken from an animal while is its still alive