More of an e-booklet than an actual book, this concise writing conveys several effective points in relation to veganism and spirituality in relation to Abrahamic scripture and prophecy. For those wishing to explore veganism from a theological or spiritual perspective, I would consider this to be an easily comprehensible and enjoyable inspirational text (as well as a feasible introduction to Essene principles).
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“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”
“Even when faced with urgent human problems, we should not overlook the issue of justice to animals.”
“We do not honour God by abusing other sentient creatures.”
“It is a kind of theological folly to suppose that God has made the entire world just for human beings, or to suppose that God is interested in only one of the millions of species that inhabits God’s good Earth.”
Archbishop Desmond Tutu seeks social justice for everyone— including animals. In his forwarding statement for The Global Guide to Animal Protection, he urges readers to seek justice and protection for all creatures, humans and animals alike.
Historically valuable, gold, frankincense, and myrrh have been presented as gifts for thousands of years.
During this time of year, these esteemed items are best known as gifts from the Biblical Magi. For those who may wonder why, here we offer the gift of knowledge in relation to history and practical uses of such for body, mind, and spirit: