The Spirits' Book
Book Three - Moral Laws
Chapter VI - V. Law of Destruction
Necessary versus Abusive Destruction
736. Do people who are excessively conscientious in regard to killing animals earn some sort of special merit?
“While the sentiment in itself is praiseworthy, it turns into an abuse when excessive. Furthermore, other types of abuses offset its merit. They feel a superstitious fear rather than true gentleness.”