Dad and I decided to try out this old hen to cook which costed us half the price of a normal spring chicken. Much to our surprise, we saw a few developing eggs(looks more like an egg yolks) in it.
When a hen is not being able to produce as much eggs as expected, she'll bound to lose her life as she's not much use for production. As a hen, it was enough for her to serve her master. Or not? Cutting it open, we could see eggs which was still undeveloped and quite enough to have a few chicks of her own. Seems like it was too soon to die but she didn't have any choice to do so.
A statement from people around us saying, "I have no choice" seems to have not much impact anymore eh? I used to be that way some years back because I had no idea how the world outside like. Everyone would usually tell the 'facts of life' which made you dare not to try in order to live/survive. In short, just to play safe.
Living a life just to play safe is not life at all. It's just to live and produce what others expect of you. When you cannot produce, you're just like the chicken.
The eggs close-up