To be a vegan is to adopt a revolutionary worldview. We have found that that egg, flesh, and dairy production and consumption can be hazardous to the planet and our bodies; and that animal husbandry, whether pasture-based or assembly-line, involves exploitive treatment of other conscious beings. We don’t want to play a role in that; nor do we wish to be at war with free-living animals. As vegans, we strive to live harmoniously with the planet and all its inhabitants.The above paragraph is from her writing and it is well worth reading in toto. She also makes reference to something near and dear to me, she writes: "It’s really important that we figure out how to disagree without hurting, and to agree without competing."
That sort of reminded me of a previous post here about saying things well enough. Probably being able to say things well enough is going to require being able to disagree without hurting and to agree without competing.
Living vegan is the only way we can live with a minimal amount of hurting, and that's a good thing.