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Violence begins with the fork.
Do you know why most survivors of the Holocaust are vegan? It's because they know what it's like to be treated like an animal.
You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity.
You cannot live a nonviolent life as long as you are consuming violence. Please consider going vegan.
But it was not the poor who ate the zoo animals in Paris.
You wouldn't walk with your underpants stuck in your bottom, you'd adjust them. So don't treat the inconvenience in your life like ill-fitting wandering underpants, adjust it to be comfortable again.
Every time you drink a glass of milk or eat a piece of cheese, you harm a mother. Please go vegan.
Face your true self. You're reaction when facing any animal is much more likely to be Ahh, cute than Yum, dinner!
Spain is more vegan-friendly than you've been led to believe. The truth is, most places are.
Especially when it comes to animals used for food, humanity’s reasoning power and concern about fairness plummets.
You know the world has gone mad when those who have enlightened, compassionate views and future visions, are accused of borderline insanity, ridiculed and criticised for thinking positively.
Don't do nothing because you can't do everything. Do something. Anything.
The vegan lifestyle is a compassionate way to live that supports life, supports fairness and equality, and promotes freedom.
Ethical vegetarians eat only plant-based food in order to show compassion toward animals and other humans and to benefit the planet.
While most people love certain species to pieces (e.g. cats and dogs), others are more loved in pieces (e.g. cows and pigs)
Morally it may be better to not kill any creature for their flesh, but biologically, meat was one of the greatest factors involved in the rise of the psychology of thinking humanity.
All sentient beings should have at least one right—the right not to be treated as property
Animal rights are not a gift we give to animals. They are a birthright we have taken from them.
Do your thing, without harming anything.
Intelligence is the ability of a species to live in harmony with its environment.
If slaughterhouses had glass walls, the whole world would be vegetarian.
How many would protest if restaurants began serving puppy and kitten flesh instead of calves? Robins instead of hens? Squirrels instead of pigs?
Most people just want to be left in peace to eat their bacon, not realising that there is no peace behind bacon.
Choose a compassionate frame of mind. Always choose love. Always be kind.
Feed two birds with one crumb.
Veganism is not a "sacrifice." It is a joy.
If you don't take care of this the most magnificent machine that you will ever be given...where are you going to live?
We strive for a world where every earthling has the right to live and grow. That's why we don't eat animals.
Meat may taste good, but the guilt of eating it tastes far worse.
Plants are not cognizant. When we cut a leaf, we assume that the plant is suffering. But that's our own anthropomorphism about what's going on.
Fed by plants, fed up with the world
Welfare reforms and the whole “happy” exploitation movement are not “baby steps.” They are big steps–in a seriously backward direction.
There is something about veganism that is not easy, but the difficulty is not inherent in veganism, but in our culture.
Invalid food choices lead to invalid people.
We cannot justify treating any sentient nonhuman as our property, as a resource, as a thing that we an use and kill for our purposes.
We do not need to eat animals, wear animals, or use animals for entertainment purposes, and our only defense of these uses is our pleasure, amusement, and convenience.
Vegan is just pure love. Love for animals, love for the planet, and love for yourself.
There was a young lady called Peaches, who simply loved animals to pieces.She ate pigs and sheep, and for cows she would weep, when baked in a sauce of rich greases.
Embrace compassion without exception.
No animals needs to die in order for me to live. And that makes me feel good.
I am a vegan because I don't want to support the cruel industry that goes on on farms everyday.
Once you come to terms with why you don't eat cats, dogs, monkeys, and dolphins, you will begin to understand why I don't eat cows, pigs, chickens, and lambs.
I really don't think it's a case of not caring at all about animals. Instead, I think it's a case of caring so much about one's own self that everything else becomes immaterial.
Don't wait for a better world. Start now to create a world of harmony and peace. It is up to you, and it always has been. You may even find the solution at the end of your fork.
We don’t “crave” animal-based meat, dairy, and eggs, but we do crave fat, salt, flavor, texture, and familiarity.