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text 2015-11-10 16:40
7 Most Important Benefits of Being a Vegetarian
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit

1. Being a Vegetarian is a Lifestyle Choice.  It is a Conscious Choice


Being a vegetarian is a lifestyle.  If someone tells me that s/he is a vegetarian, I immediately know that the person made a conscious choice to work on him/herself.


Choosing the vegetarian diet we work with millions of others to protect the rainforests, to prevent the huge suffering of farmed animals, and to reduce our-own energy consumption.


Mindful Eating: Vegetarian Benefits, Benefits of Being a Vegetarian, you can free your mind


When we say  we mean that:


- We carefully thought about the food and we made a conscious decision about our food choices


- We care about health and we will do our best to avoid all the items that harm our body, mind and soul


- We carefully thought about environment and the eco foot-print that we leave on our blue planet and we believe that the most effective way to ‘go green’ is to become a vegetarian.


To read more please go to Vegetarian Benefits

Source: www.artof4elements.com/entry/110/vegetarian-benefits
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review 2010-03-22 00:00
Twilight and Philosophy: Vampires, Vegetarians, and the Pursuit of Immortality - Rebecca Housel,J. Jeremy Wisnewski (From the introduction I offered to write for them, which they inexplicably turned down. Honestly, what's wrong with these people?)

The idea that everything is crap was familiar even to the Pre-Socratics. Anaximander's ομνικοπρος outlined the initial form of a theory eagerly embraced by so many of his contemporaries that Sophocles saw fit to satirize it in The Turds: our choice is between being a "worm", burrowing through the world's shit, or a "fly", perching precariously on top of it. But, at the end of the renowned Dialogue with Scato from the Phaedrus, the greatest philosopher of antiquity shows us a possible escape route. The metaphor of the lily growing from the dung-heap famously encapsulates Plato's counterargument.

In just the same way, the Cullen family also succeed in transcending "this crappy world".

The rest of this review is in my book What Pooh Might Have Said to Dante and Other Futile Speculations
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