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Pureland Vegatarian celebrated it's first year anniversary.
Pureland Vegetarian was featured in a Sunday edition of Brunei Times newspaper last June 29, 2008. by Lakshmi N. Coyalkar
Pureland Vegetarian will participates this coming Sunday August 3, 2008 from 8:30am to 5:30pm for the Pusat Ehsan Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam 2008 Charity BazaarAll proceeds will go to the charity. Please come and support us. See you there! Event poster
Quotes from famous Vegetarians:
"I stopped eating beef at 13 and stopped eating all meat a few years ago. I would feel guilty that what was on my plate was walking around yesterday. Either I could live with that or stop eating meat. I choose the latter, and I'm happier for it."
I'm on a vegan diet, I do yoga every day, I work out, I'm totally spiritual ...
I used to wear real fur, but, like many others, I had a change of heart when I learned what actually happens to the animals.
According to the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, fish have feelings too. Whenever my sons go fishing they always tell me, "Dad it doesn't hurt a fish to get hooked." Well I watch and I see and I believe it's painful for the fish.
Intellectually, human beings and animals may be different, but it's pretty obvious that animals have a rich emotional life and that they feel joy and pain. It's easy to forget the connection between a hamburger and the cow it came from. But I forced myself to acknowledge the fact that every time I ate a hamburger, a cow had ceased to breathe and moo and walk around.
You know, we all oppose animal cruelty. But sometimes we forget that animals on farms suffer and feel pain like all other animals. They, too, deserve to be protected from harm and cruelty.
I take vitamins daily, but just the bare essentials not what you'd call supplements. I try to stick to a vegan diet heavy on fruit, vegetables, tofu, and other soy products.
I think there's something odd about eating another living anything.
The person I love would never wear fur. Fur just makes me think of shallow women who have no conscience. The fur industry belongs to a time when people were selfish beyond belief. If you were some ancient tribal cheiftain, and there was not a department store nearby 350 years ago, I'd understand. But now, we have synthetic fibers,and it's not necessary. The elitism of fur makes me wanna puke.
I admit to having worn suede and leather pants myself for a while, but you just never feel clean, and it's degenerate, anyway, to wear animal skins.... So I went back to bluejeans after my degenerate period.
We don't live the lives of Eskimos. We don't need to kill animals for fashion.
Vegetarians have the best diet. They have the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country....Some people scoff at vegetarians, but they have a fraction of our heart attack rate and they have only 40 percent of our cancer rate. They outlive other men by about six years now.
Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.
To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a human being. I should be unwilling to take the life of a lamb for the sake of the human body.