When people ask me why I'm a vegan, I don't have just one answer.
"Any society, any nation, is judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members; the last, the least, the littlest."- Cardinal Roger Mahony (1998)
Limiting yourself to just one facet for your decisions can be dangerous, and leaves room for you to fall back on them. Expand your consciousness and let yourself grow in ways you didn't think possible.
This post was sparked by Chef Katelyn's most recent post. I left a comment should anyone want to read it. Kind of similarly (okay, not really, but if you
squint hard mould it a bit then you can see the resemblance) is this post by Gena at Choosing Raw that I absolutely adore, though I love pretty much everything about Gena. Gena also did a post at JL Goes Vegan a while ago on the ethics of veganism, which, as expected, I love.
I'm not asking any questions today. If you feel compelled to comment, then comment away. If not, then don't. I'm a vegan, but I don't judge.