This scene intrigued me because it showed the duality of existence. The fish in pain gasping for it’s last few glimpses this particular existence while at the same time faces of humans were filled with joy and celebration.
Both so opposing yet here totally present.
In order to truly understand the divine/god/nature, we must not deem one bad and one good.
In one aspect the fish was in pain, it was suffering yet in the minds of those men they were looking at their dinner and filled with excitement to experience the taste of the fish.
Because of our level of awareness, we can reach a point of understanding that allows us to realize we can live a life without causing unnecessary suffering to other beings. For these men this fish was just another thing to treat as they please, but if they had been truly attuned to their inner goodness then i doubt they would even have the need to fish in the first place.
The more aware you are of your connection to all of life, the more you recognize aspects of yourself in every other creature.
I believe that at one point every being on the road to “enlightenment” or higher realization will eventually reach a point where they Naturally cease to desire the flesh of animals. This is what I feel as true.
I’m not here to judge them or anyone else, I am just simply observing 👁