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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Wednesday

Will Tuttle : January 21, 2009

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Living a consequent vegan life naturally encourages us to awaken from
the consensus trance that brings unquestioning conformity and allows
cruelty and slavery to continue. Refusing to see animals as
commodities, we are able to see through countless other pretenses. And,
as transformative as this is for an individual to experience, it would
be infinitely more transformative for our culture to do so, and to
evolve beyond the obsolete orientation that sees animals as mere food
commodities.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Tuesday

Will Tuttle : January 20, 2009

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Every one of us, as representatives of our culture, is an essential
part of the fundamental transformation and awakening. It is exciting to
contemplate educational, economic, governmental, religious, medical,
and other institutions based on honoring and protecting the rights and
interests of both animals and humans. When as a culture we stop
commodifying creatures, a new world of kindness, fairness, cooperation,
peace, and freedom will naturally unfold in human relations as well.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Monday

Will Tuttle : January 19, 2009

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Every day, we cause over thirty million birds and mammals and
forty-five million fish to be fatally attacked so we can eat them, and
it’s universally considered to be good food for good people. With these
meals, we feed our shadow, which grows strong and bold as it gorges
itself on our repressed grief, guilt, and revulsion.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Sunday

Will Tuttle : January 18, 2009

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With love and understanding awakening in us, compassion expands to
include ever-larger circles of beings. Compassion may be seen as the
highest form of love, for it is the love of the divine whole for all
its parts and is reflected in the love of the parts for each other. It
includes the urge to act to relieve the suffering of apparent others,
and this urge requires us to evolve greater wisdom and inner freedom to
relieve suffering more effectively. Compassion is thus both the fruit
of evolution and the driving force behind it. Love yearns for greater
love.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Saturday

Will Tuttle : January 17, 2009

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Love brings freedom, joy, power, grace, peace, and the blessed
fulfillment of selfless service. Our true nature, our future self,
beckons irresistibly as an inner calling to awaken our capacity for
love, which is understanding.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Friday

Will Tuttle : January 16, 2009

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We must shake the old stagnation and comfortable disconnections out of
our minds and bodies, embrace the evolutionary urge within us to awaken
compassion and intuitive wisdom, and live our lives in accord with the
truth that we are connected intimately with all living beings.
Achieving this transformation means living the truth of love and
authentically comprehending our interconnectedness, and not merely
talking about it. It means changing our thinking and our behavior—how
we view animals and what we eat. As we recognize our shadow and become
free of it, compassion returns and we naturally stop feeding it with
our diet of hidden terror.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Thursday

Will Tuttle : January 15, 2009

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Only by going beyond “it’s no big deal” and “it’s just a problem like
our other problems” will we be able to step outside our conditioning
and see the full import of our relentless abuse of animals, recognizing
it as the motivating, hidden fury behind our global crisis.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Wednesday

Will Tuttle : January 14, 2009

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Grain that is now fed to the livestock of the world’s wealthy could feed the starving poor.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, Tuesday

Will Tuttle : January 13, 2009

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Our knowledge and understanding of nonhuman animals is polluted far
more than we acknowledge by our belief in our own superiority, our
unrecognized cultural programming, and our separation from nature. Our
theories about animals will be seen in the future as quaint balderdash,
as we now view the medieval theories of healing through bleeding and
leeches and of an earth-centered solar system.

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Veg Inspiration for the Day, January 10th-12th

Will Tuttle : January 12, 2009

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January 10th

Jesus questioned the foundation of war and oppression, which was then,
as it is now, the killing and eating of animals. Back then it was
animal sacrifice performed by priests at the temple, which was the main
source of wealth and prestige for the Jewish religious power structure,
as well as being the source of meat for the populace. Jesus’
confrontation at the temple in which he drove out those selling animals
for slaughter was a bold attack on the fundamental herding paradigm of
viewing animals merely as property, sacrifice objects, and food.

January 11th

Perhaps in the past people thought they needed to enslave animals and
people to survive, and that the cruelty involved in it was somehow
allowed them. It’s obviously not necessary for us today, as we can
plainly see by walking into any grocery store, and the sooner we can
awaken from the thrall of the obsolete mythos that we are predatory by
nature, the sooner we’ll be able to evolve spiritually and discover and
fulfill our purpose on this earth.

January 12th

A positive approach is essential because it mobilizes our spiritual
resources, generates enthusiasm, and brings more joy and love into our
world.

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