🙏 • T R U T H • 🌱 📸 @veganoutreach Every food choice a person makes has an impact to the world around them. To one person it may be one meal but to an animal it is it's own life taken from them. 💔
If you can be anything in this world, be kind. #GOVEGAN 💚
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Tomorrow is unwritten. Anything can happen. What little control we have over tomorrow exists right now today. What actions we take, what thoughts we entertain, these can influence the uncharted future that we call tomorrow.
Unbeknownst to most of us we are constantly planting seeds that create our future. These seeds are planted by the actions we take and the thoughts we think.
Of course this knowledge can benefit us on a personal level in ways we can barely imagine.
However, as usual, I want to discuss veganism😊🌱
When we plant seeds of love, seeds of compassion and equality for all living beings, we are co-creating a vegan world.
To be in a situation where we are with one or more people who don’t see animals for the beautiful souls they are, we have the opportunity to plant seeds that will benefit or obstruct our goal to save the animals.
If we act with intolerance, anger, arrogance or any number of negative emotions, we are planting seeds that can grow into distorted beliefs about veganism, preventing others from making the connection and causing them to entrench themselves even deeper into their non vegan beliefs.
If, on the other hand, we interact with them from a place of love and tolerance, understanding and compassion, we are planting seeds that can facilitate the opening of their hearts. Helping them make the connection on their own, bringing us closer to our goal of ending the mistreatment and murder of innocent beings.
Many vegans are not aware that as vegans we are ambassadors of veganism.
We are walking talking examples of a nonviolent and compassionate lifestyle.
For better or for worse we are influencing others, we are attracting or repelling them toward or away from our cause.
When we are aware of our influence, we can make a conscious decision to plant seeds of love, with understanding and tolerance. If we keep firmly in our minds and in our hearts our dream for a vegan world, we can ensure the seeds we plant today will help create a vegan tomorrow.
No matter what happens we must never lose faith in our dream of a more loving world.
To consciously plant seeds with the intention of a vegan future, is to believe in tomorrow❤️🌱🌍💚
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I believe that by making people question their assumptions concerning the meat industri (not attack them; just open up with an interesting question, a fact they didn't know...), and inspire them do their own research, they will open their mind up and start their path towards veganism.
By doing their own research, they will know why they go vegan.
Making someone go vegan, just because you told this person to, doesn't make this person vegan deep in the heart - they won't know why they do it, and without a purpose, they are very likely to go back to their old habits, because that is the easiest way. Why try something new when you can simply continue your life as you always did?
I believe that having a purpose helps you keep going.
I like to spread positivity, telling the great things about going vegan, and always saying that it's more than ok not to go fully vegan from one day to another when people say sorry for forgetting they try to be vegan but ate some meat, or just couldn't resist the bacon.
Take your time. It's great that you at least think about it, question it and make research. Veganism will be an obvious option for you at some point.
Of course, I would love people to go vegan TODAY! I can't understand how we, civilised humans, can know something is bad, but still partake in it. But I know that this is what happens. I do it myself, for example buying clothes I know I shouldn't because it is made by poor kids. I don't want to finance that. But still I do it sometimes, ignoring facts I know for some hours when I buy stuffs.
I'm not perfect at all.
There can be reasons for doing bad things. But there is no excuse for doing it.
All you can do is to learn from your mistakes, grow stronger, and be better tomorrow:)
Tell in the comments the way you think is the best to open someone up for veganism.
Tell about how you have come to where you are today.
Tell anything you would like:)
Some days I genuinely cant believe we live in a world where suggesting an alternative to systematically murdering innocent animals is considered a bit weird and extreme by the masses. Like, isnt that just a kind and nice thing to do?