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Hi all and thank you for reading my profile,

Vegetarianism will be the future of conscious human beings on Earth... I have taken into account in my life the idea of being responsible and in harmony for everything I believe in (nature, animals, well-being, freedom, communication, compassion, non-violence, truth, wisdom...) and going in the vegetarian direction was a chance for me to improve my health and be better connected with the world... I hope I can exchange with the community here and share ideas on transitioning and being happy vegetarians...

I am also interested in Buddhism, Vipassana Meditation, Yoga, Free Software, Gnu/Linux, Organic Food and Permaculture. I have the project to buy a house with some land somewhere, sometime with somebody who shares the same intention and attitude ;-)

The True Green Revolution: Grow Real Organic Vegetables

...Blessing...
Peace Love & Good Food
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http://hautrive.free.fr
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http://hautrive.wordpress.com
Favorite Quotations
...I saw a flower and then I saw the sky...
...I saw your smile and I knew we could fly...

...;-)...What we think is what we do, and what we do is what we are responsible for...;-)...

“This is dreadful! Not only the suffering and death of the animals, but that man suppresses in himself, unnecessarily, the highest spiritual capacity—that of sympathy and pity towards living creatures like himself—and by violating his own feelings becomes cruel.”
~ Leo Tolstoy

"By recognizing and understanding the violence inherent in our culture’s meal rituals and consciously adopting a plant-based diet, becoming a voice for those who have no voice, we can attain greater compassion and happiness and live more fully the truth of our interconnectedness with all life. In this we fulfil the universal teachings that promote intelligence, harmony, and spiritual awakening.

Our life can become a field of freedom and peace as we deepen our understanding of the sacredness and interdependence of all living beings, and practice non-cooperation with those forces that see creatures as mere commodities."

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"Looking deeply, we see that the perpetrators are themselves victims of violence—that’s why they’ve become perpetrators—and their violence hurts not only the animals but themselves and the bystanders as well. All three are locked in a painful embrace, and it is the bystanders who have the real power.

They can either turn and look away, thus giving their tacit approval, or they can witness and bring a third dimension of consciousness and awareness to the cycle of violence that has the victims and perpetrators hopelessly enmeshed."

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As we practice leaving home by examining our own societal indoctrination and questioning all the propaganda continually spewed forth by the military-industrial-meat-medical complex, we can liberate ourselves and live a life of greater compassion based on vegan ethics and a plant-based diet, and be a voice for those vulnerable sentient creatures who have no voice.

In this we fulfill the universal teachings that promote spiritual living. We are practicing compassion and making connections, and our life can become a field of freedom and love as we continually affirm our interdependence with all life, and practice non-cooperation with those forces that see beings as mere commodities.

~ www.worldpeacediet.com

“Vegetarianism serves as a criterion by which we know that the pursuit of moral perfection on the part of humanity is genuine and sincere.”
~ Count Leo Tolstoy

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At 5:42pm on December 27, 2013, Xiao Kang said…

Hello Patrick, thanks for adding me as friend. Nice to meet you on this site.

I am very happy to know that you enjoy all my posts. We can always be friend here!

Viva Vegetarian!

At 4:48am on February 25, 2014,
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Steve
said…

Hi Patrick. If you look at the top right hand side of your profile, you'll see 'Friends - Invite.  Click that and you should see a tab marked 'requests sent'. Click on to that and press 'withdraw request'. That should do it. Cheers, Steve.

At 1:13am on March 1, 2014, Patrick Hautrive said…

Hi, Steve, thank you for your kind and useful reply (I missed the tab whn I was looking for it ;-), Blessings, Patrick

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