It’s so Simple Very Young Children Understand

There are so many arguments against veganism from so many different people, but they all fail when you take into account one thing.

I hear, “man has always eaten meat”, “animals were put here for us to use”, “I like the taste of meat”, “it’s a family tradition”, “animals kill other animals”, “don’t force your views on me”, “it’s my choice”, etc., etc., etc.

Every single excuse fails if you are against cruelty to animals.

Young children who make the connection know this.

And if you’re against cruelty to animals, then you are already a vegan in your heart.

Animals don’t want to die, they don’t want to suffer, they aren’t our property, and we aren’t obliged to eat them.

Take that step to match what you already are inside–a caring person who is appalled by animal cruelty and slaughter when all of it is unnecessary.

Children instinctively know that harming animals is not kind, not acceptable.

Why not get in touch with that child inside who you once were?

He/She is waiting to be heard (and your mother can’t tell you no). 😀

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Posted on November 3, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Great videos, so powerful. The most dangerous phrase in our language is, we’ve always done it this way..people can change..when will mankind wake up?! Shared♥️

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  2. I agree! “We’ve always done it this way” is extremely dangerous, since we know full well how many horrific things man does and has always done….and isn’t it wonderful that children see through all that b/s? 🙂

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  3. Out of the mouths of babes…

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  4. We can learn so much from children…and I remember as a kid myself not wanting to eat meat and crying at the table while being chastised and punished for actually making the connection that what I was being taught–“be kind to animals”–was not being practiced at mealtime. I smelled the hypocrisy.

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