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I think everyone has good points. I know that there are a lot of issues going on for me--communication, guilt for not trying to do more, concern about pushing too much, etc. As I think I mentioned before, I have had some good response from people in grocery stores, church, etc. when I have been able to just slip the message into a normal conversation.
Church is just a challenge because I normally go there to get my "batteries" recharged, and signs about wiener roasts and pork chop lunches is a little much at times. I just noticed that approximately 230 people attend worship services at our church on the weekend. At two local Christian concerts, I/we distributed a total of more than 1100 pamphlets in a total of just a few hours. So I have to keep things in perspective.
That being said, knowing and talking to people who were vegetarian before I took the plunge helped me a lot.
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