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  • Veganism saved my life

    14. February 2017.
    When I was 16, I was taken to a hospital. Then my recovery began. But I'd say I became well and healthy—physically, psychologically and emotionally—only when I took matters into my own hands. Without medication, psychotherapy, or supplements, I set myself free through a vegan diet. When I was 12, I was targeted by a pedophile. After that, I gradually developed a subtle non-acceptance of the curves which started appearing at that age. I wanted to look like a child so men wouldn't notice me. Without any knowledge in the area of nutrition and healthy habits, I entered a world of restrictive dieting and bad advice which came from the Internet and magazines. Skipping breakfast, not having dinner, small portions, excluding carbs from my diet… all of this lead to depression. Due to the low...
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  • Why it's good to quit vegetarianism

    09. May 2016.
    For more than two and a half decades some members of my family have been wondering why I don't eat other living beings. They still think there's something wrong with me. For example, when I sneeze or catch a slight cold, they immediately conclude it is because I don't eat animals. Therefore, it would follow that people who eat animal products could never catch a cold, not to say any more serious illness. Of course, the truth is just the opposite. Still, even if eating animals was a prerequisite for perfect health, who in their right mind would want to be physically healthy in a sick world where it is acceptable to eat animals? And what is the real definition of health in this same world, where violence and aggression continue to be the main driving forces, although we no longer carry bludgeons...
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  • I live, therefore I love

    06. April 2016.
    I’m angry at Descartes. Just imagine, a guy who said, “I think, therefore I am” nonetheless proved that he “wasn’t” by claiming that animals don’t have a consciousness or feelings. Reading a book on the emotional life of animals, I took his claim as a personal offense because, as a roommate of a gentle and exceptionally intelligent being, I cannot believe how anyone at all capable of perceiving the world around them, let alone thinking critically, could make such a ludicrous statement. It has been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, and my Buckley has the most beautiful brown eyes. We’ve been through a lot in five years—we’ve been to the sea, mountain climbing, visited the Museum of Broken Relationships and many others, protested for animal rights, eaten at...
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