What is Your Moral Baseline?
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FROM David Jack James
Facebook post, July 2021

Please decide what your morals are (what you personally believe is right and wrong), and then apply those morals to everyone. Veganism is simply about having empathy and COMPASSION for animals.

suffering animals

Please have empathy and compassion for these animals. Please stop spending money on suffering and violence. Please decide what your morals are (what you personally believe is right and wrong), and then apply those morals to everyone. For example, if you believe that abusing, exploiting, and killing others for taste pleasure and convenience is wrong, then why wouldnít you apply that to EVERYBODY? Not just to other humans, nor to only specific animals such as dogs and cats. EVERYONE!

If you choose to ignore the facts about what happens to these animals when they are forced to create and become your food, then you are supporting animal suffering and violence for nothing more than your personal taste pleasure and convenience.

Becoming vegan is not about good people versus bad people, or about judging anyone. Itís about the animals. They are the suffering victims. Veganism is simply about having empathy and COMPASSION for them.

The good news is that now there are delicious, affordable, and healthy plant-based alternatives to all animal products, and that you donít need to consume animals or their bodily secretions in order to be happy and healthy. The bottom line is that humans can behave morally, think rationally, and live happy and healthy lives without consuming animals or their bodily secretions.

Donít get angry at vegans for providing you factual information and speaking up for the suffering victims of your unnecessary, selfish choices. Please have empathy and compassion for all animals. If you were being imprisoned, mutilated, exploited, and tortured, and waiting to be slaughtered, you would want someone to speak up for you.


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