The Online World Peace Diet Facilitator Program – a vegan view!

The Online World Peace Diet Facilitator Program – a vegan view!

One of the first books I read after becoming vegan is The World Peace Diet by Dr. Will Tuttle. I was fascinated by the view that the increasing human created violence in the world is a direct result of our herding culture, including the violence inherent in the ingesting the flesh and secretions of other species of animals. I am delighted to feature an article written by  Monica Butschek (edited by Anne E. McGuigan), explaining the concepts outlined in the …

Veganism and the doomed farmed animals of North Carolina

Veganism and the doomed farmed animals of North Carolina

The biggest obstacle to obtaining liberation for all species of animals exploited in our various death for profit industries is the deep seated belief that these sentient beings are commodities. This glaring reality came barreling into the Carolinas, when Hurricane Florence set its destructive eye on North Carolina.

North Carolina is among the top states in the nation (USA) in producing pork and poultry, with about 9 million “hogs” at any given time and 819 million chickens and …

Mother’s Day – a vegan perspective

Mother’s Day – a vegan perspective

Mother’s Day is just around the corner in North America. I remember that even as a child, the thought of an upcoming family celebration would make my tummy tickle with anticipation. Mother’s Day is no different in this respect. That is why I find it odd that I have no childhood memories of this particular festivity. I remember with great fondness  the birthdays with the paper hats, candles, party games, cake and the Easters with the new  bonnet, gloves, straw …