My reply to a person:
Hello Eva Goulding,
The article is inaccurate about what our ancestors ate:
I highly recommend you this lecture about health: http://www.adelicatebalance.com.au/ . It clearly demonstrates that animal products are detrimental for our health;
and this lecture about how to live a compassionate, loving and peaceful life to all beings -regardless of species:
This group is a vegan group. We don't follow any diet with animal products in it.
What do you think of these thoughts:
became a vegan - i.e. I stopped participating in all animal
exploitation (including causing animals suffering by my food choices) -
this autumn. It is the best decision that I have made. To show love,
compassion and nonviolence to individuals of all beings truly transforms
ones life. If we want to have true peace, we shouldn't inflict
suffering to others. As we sow, so will we reap.
It think this is why everyone should become a vegan:
We should treat others as we want to be treated ourselves
All animals are conscious and they do value life as much as we do.
The following applies to all animals: humans, dogs, cats, cows, etc.:
If we don't want to be killed, we shouldn't kill other being.
If we don't want someone else to steal our family, we shouldn't steal their family.
If we want to find our purpose in this world, we shouldn't steal others purpose.
If we don't want to be exploited and abused, we shouldn't abuse anyone else.
If we don't want to become enslaved, we shouldn't keep anyone else as a slave.
we don't want to hurt any animals, we must become vegans (i.e. stop
eating, wearing and using animal products, and in other ways do actions
that are hurting and killing animals).
If we love animals, we don't kill animals. We don't kill and eat anyone
that we love. If we love animals, we must support their want to not be
oppressed, including not to be killed.