"Do you mind?"


... continuing

To answer the question, No. I most definitely do not mind if you eat your chicken in front of me. I also don't mind you ordering the "Meat Lovers" pizza at dinner.

And like I mentioned, maybe I just got kicked out of every Vegan club out there for speaking my own truth, but it's okay I've never been one for clubbing ;) #kneeslapper

No. I don't mind.

I do however care. I care about you. I care about your health. I care about the animal that passed. I care about our environment. I care.

But, no I don't mind. I don't mind because we are all on our own journey. Some people make it their mission to eat every live creature on this earth because "we are at the top of the food chain" (yes, I am quoting you Charles). Some people believe plants have nervous systems and by cutting into that rooted veggie you're actually hurting the life of that plant. Where ever you are on that spectrum is cool. I don't mind - I do care.

I care because I want you to be informed. If not informed then what are you? If you have the facts and you know what's up, and you live a life you're happy with, then I don't mind.

I care because it's scary to me what goes into our food supply, what animals eat, their living conditions, what goes into our hygiene products, ect..

I care because YOU'RE awesome. You mean something to me. You have a right to know. Once you're in the know, I respect your decision.

I care because for whatever reason (I blame it on the baby hormones) it kills me to see any animal in distress. I can't even watch Bambi, Fox and the Hound, Lion King ... omg and those are 100% make-believe.

We're all on our own path, whatever that looks like.

This site is a place where we can find some common ground. Be informed. Learn about and promote sustainability. Find health and happiness. Support each other. Learn about Veganism. Break stereotypes. And if all else fails - learn to care.



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