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Dave Warwak

From all-creatures.org
QUOTATIONS ARCHIVE

This Quotations Archive contains words from famous and some not so famous people who have expressed a sense of love, compassion, and respect for all of God's creation: for people, for animals, and for the environment.  They speak of our teaching methods and philosophy.  They speak of a lifestyle of non-violence. They seek to eliminate cruelty and suffering.  They seek to wake us up.   They seek to give us hope.

weeds-left weeds-right Dave Warwak
Teacher, Vegan, and Animal Activist

"No matter what anyone argues, schools feeding unsuspecting children the corpses of once living beings, and promoting breast milk--complete with its blood, puss, and hormones--stolen from confined, drugged, and tortured creatures as normal and healthy beyond infancy is a socially, mentally, spiritually, and ecologically damaging, unnecessary crime against humanity"

"Look what we do to loving cows, chickens, pigs, and other partners on this planet we all have the privilege of sharing. Humans do not know how to conduct themselves in the universe. We search in outer space for other life forms; yet, we ignore the many amazing beings right here on Earth"

“Hereditary ignorance has become the cruelest and most destructive machine to ever transpose humanity’s destined natural forward evolution. The scales tipped long ago, and now the machine has been fine-tuned, magnified, and multiplied. Never before has man caused so much misery, death and destruction on such a horrific scale as right here, right now.”

“It is right here, right in front of us, everyday. It is like a wavy haze that melts the ground, like a type of fog or smoke that clouds our thoughts. It starts when we are very young and grows, as do we, until it becomes part of us, part of our history, part of our being, what we have become and what will become.” 

“The spirit deep inside us still remembers reality and is unimpressed and dissatisfied with our plastic world more and more.” 

“To limit what is possible, is to accept only what is humanly possible.” 

“We find out where we are when we leave.” 

“The majority of people suppress themselves by adopting systems of thoughts and actions shaped by their own perceived desires of those in control.”

“One must release the past to create the future.” 

“We come into this world pure and we unknowingly and with the utmost best of intentions drag each other down from there.” 

“Instead of teaching our children what to know, let them find themselves and how to decipher our falsehoods.” 

“Just because we enter into a world with little humanity and know of no other, does not mean we have to accept all we have ever known to be singular, indisputable, and real. The truth is we can make this world better, right here, right now.” 

“That which is good and right is based in reality; so too, that which is bad and wrong is based in falsehood.” 

“It took me too long of a time to realize that I am a free good man with hands and a brain.”

“To deny our children their freedom is to commit a crime against humanity.”

“We are lost until we find ourselves.”

“Ignorance, time and time again, imposes its absurdities in complete opposition to reality. This creates paradoxes that one can identify and use to formulate and solve oxymoronic equations. Ignorance fades as its illogicalities are identified and the truth is exposed, enabling change.”