Life vs. Death
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8 billion slaughtered this year,
Is this a phrase you commonly hear?
250 are killed each second, every day
Our world in return, will have a price to pay
Our meat addiction is poisoning our land, water and air
If you canít tell me, try telling the animals
That you donít care!
Imagine being sliced open,
While you are still fully alive
Imagine trying to move, but you canít even take a stride.
Imagine never knowing what it is to be free,
Imagine never being able to see a tree.
Imagine the atmosphere of a slaughterhouse, imagine the mood.
Picture becoming someone elseís food
Imagine living in the conditions that these animals do
Now, tell me that, that cheeseburger looks good too you
If your not outraged, then you must not have a heart
Because, to the animals your decision to become a Vegan means a lot.
Life vs. Death

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