Do No Harm.
This is a repeating theme in many faiths across the world, in many careers and as a general guideline for any moral standards.
Going Vegan is one of the ways in which I try to embody this principle.
Veganism is the practice of minimizing harm to all animals, which requires abstention from animal products, such as meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, gelatin, lanolin, wool, fur, silk, suede and leather.
There are many reasons why people decide to go vegan, and I won’t bombard you with a ton of preachy and overly exhaustive examples and tactics that would make the reader find some kind of guilt in their actions. I was not vegan for 26 years of my life, I’ve lived eating meat and eggs and dairy. I only knew that way of existing, but I found a new way and I want to share with you how this new path has helped me and what I’ve taken from it so far.
There are many other benefits and reasons that I went vegan, but I could not possibly describe them elegantly enough to truly explain the benefits that I and others have reaped by making this decision. The following info graphics provide some amazing insight into what kind of affect, going vegan can have.
Try to make at least one meal of yours, a vegan meal, and if you can do more, do more. Hopefully we can find a balance in which we can all peacefully coexist.