Is it really that hard
There is a sacred spark in all life...
“We need never look for universal peace on this earth until men stop killing animals for food. The lust for blood has permeated the race thought and the destruction of life will continue to repeat its psychology, the world round, until men willingly observe the law in all phases of life, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’”
Charles Fillmore, “The Vegetarian,” May 1920
The human cycle of violence will not stop until we stop the underlying violence, the remorseless violence we commit against animals for food. The lesson is plain: when we harden ourselves to the suffering we inflict on animals in our own interest, and justify it by proclaiming our superiority or specialness, it is but a short and unavoidable step to justifying and inflicting the same kind of suffering on other humans in our own interest while likewise proclaiming our supremacy or specialness.
Author of The World Peace Diet
There will never be any peace in the world as long as we eat animals.
Isaac Bashevis Singer
Nobel Prize Winner in Literature 1978
To advocate the rights of animals is far more than a plead for compassion or justice towards the victims of ill usage; but for the sake of mankind itself, our true civilization, our race-progress, our humanity.
Artist, traveller, diplomat, and Egyptologist 1780–1827
As long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seeds of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love.
Greek philosopher 570 - 490 BCE
Please for the sake of our own species... For the want of a nonviolent world - Go Vegan