By Diana Morton
* If you recognize immense animal suffering behind most
exploits of man.
* If you perceive meat-eating as a ravenously selfish,
satanic ritual; wrought in cannibalism.
* If you see nothing except screaming dead animal
corpses on plates instead of great smelling meat
* If you feel like a spy in the meat section of the
* If you feel incredibly sorry for animals all of the
* If your heart literally aches for animals all of the
* If you feel like you store an animal data bank in the
left side of your brain.
* If you take the side of the animal all of the time.
* If you find it difficult to distinguish between a
token domestic and a factory-farmed animal.
* If you are willing to be made a laughing stock to
rescue one animal.
* If you want to vomit when they start talking in code:
hamburger, steak, ham, pork, hot dog, etc
* If you want to vomit when they pray sanctimoniously
over tortured, butchered animal corpses and utter, "Thank you, Jesus!"
* If you can't think of any place to go because you
suspect an animal may have suffered somewhere down the line.
* If people start to whisper when you are near about who
they had for dinner.
* If you empathize at all times with the eternal
suffering and pain of animals because of man's oppression over them.
* If you bond with people better by strategically
placing animals between you.
* If you know in your heart, Earth is a big cesspool, as
you try to buy the next generation some more time.
* If you strongly suspect you were an animal in your
* If you know in your heart ALL animals think, feel,
reason, love, and communicate in their own languages; and just can't
fathom why others don't see this obvious truth.
* If you believe God honors and values the lives of all
animals as much to die for as your own.
* If you understand and embrace the concept of love to
be unconditional and all-inclusive.
..... yes, you may just be an animal rights activist!
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