And since you have, you already possess the capacity to understand an individual’s desire to live a peaceful life and to avoid taking advantage of others in any way whatsoever. You should know how urgent and important and good it is to care for others. And so it follows, that we all have a moral obligation to be Vegan in our lives to the greatest possible extent. It’s not just a “diet”. Being Vegan is a rejection of violence, an embrace of justice, and a representation of caring. Please, for the peace of the planet, commit to living a life of peace by becoming Vegan. And explain it to others.
Posts Tagged ‘wildlife’
Have you seen the terror on the face of a child lost in a crowded store? Have you seen the heartache on the face of a gorilla or lioness or elephant whose baby has died? Have you seen the fear or bewilderment on the face of an injured monkey or squirrel or pigeon or a lost or abandoned dog or cat or a cow or pig or chicken being transported for slaughter? Have you seen the mother whale repeatedly lifting their dead calf to the surface in hope of revival? Have you empathized with any of these people and other animals? I’m sure you have in some way at some time.