Veganism Worldwide · 10 mei
Before & After picture!
An amazing transformation when a SENTIENT being is treated like an object (before picture), and when she is treated like someONE.
They demonstrate the transformation that occurs when compassion replaces callousness.
For more Farm Sanctuary Before and Afters, visithttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/gene-baur/farm-sanctuary-new-york_b_1491428.html#s=944910
Courage is standing up for and protecting yourself and your loved ones. As well as taking the first step forward ☮*´¨ღϠ₡ღ
Whether one believes in a religion or not, and whether one believes in rebirth or not, there isn't anyone who doesn't appreciate kindness and compassion~ the Dalai Lama
Kindness and compassion are the ultimate way to become connected with those around and the universe. Through kindness we can make ourselves and others feel better and become more open minded to all around us. Go out and bring kindness and compassion to the world.
Today's Kartik Prayer
"O King of brahmanas, when someone offers Him a lamp on the full-moon day of the month of Karttika, Lord Krishna, finding that He does not have sufficient money to repay that gift, gives Himself in exchange for that lamp."
"Even if you are in the midst of great suffering, do not give up hope" (Pirkei Avos 1:7; Rashi). Life situations might at times seem so bleak and desperate that you see no hope for the future. You might tell yourself things like, "My life is a terrible mess, and I don't think it will ever improve." Such thinking leads to very painful feelings. The Sages advised us never to give up hope. Ask yourself, "What proof do I have that things will never improve?" While you might not have a guarantee that things will be better, you can never be certain that they will not improve. Don't give up hope when in a very short time your whole situation might change dramatically for the better.
(Rabbi Pliskin's Gateway to Happiness, p.372)
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious.
It is the source of all true art & all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder & stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed. ~ Albert Einstein
by: Olga Gladysheva
on Wednesday 31 October 2012 16:14
A man, who is accused of hitting a dog with a stick and throwing it against a
wall, appeared in court this week.
Konrad Kocjan, of Hereford Road, Bedford, 30, appeared at Bedford Magistrates Court on
Wednesday charged with causing unnecessary suffering against a female bull
terrier dog on five occasions.
The court heard that the RSPCA is accusing Mr Kocjan of abusing the dog at Jupiter
Walk in Kempston on five unknown dates between May and July this year.
He is accused of beating it with a strap and throwing it against a wall, slamming
the dog’s head against a wall, and beating it with a chain and also a stick.
Mr Kocjan was due to enter a plea, but the case was adjourned for three weeks until
November 21, as an application for legal aid had been delayed. Mr Kocjan will
return to court on that date at 2pm. He was released on unconditional
we dont change the world in silence. We must stand up for us prinicpes. Develop a trustful community worldwide.A place where us children wanted give birth to us granchildren