samedi 3 janvier 2015
TURNING POINT IN COMPASSION, UN NOUVEAU LIVRE QUI PROMET D' ETRE PASSIONNANT!!
DE NOMBREUX TEMOIGNAGES DE FERMIERS QUI TOUT A COUP ONT DECIDE DE CHANGER DE METIER, CAR LEUR REGARD SUR LES BETES EVOLUAIT....ET ILS NE POUVAIENT PLUS TUER!!!!!
CERTAINS D' ENTRE EUX POUR DES RAISONS MEDICALES ONT DU DEVENIR VEGAN ET ONT MEME DECIDE DE MILITER POUR LES ANIMAUX .
D' AUTRES TEMOIGNAGES SONT DE VOLONTAIRES DANS DES REFUGES POUR ANIMAUX, D' AUTRES DE MEDECINS, DE THEOLOGIENS,,,,
AU SUJET DU LIVRE ICI :
Gypsy Wulff, along with co editor Fran Chambers, has compiled a collection of stories from around the world from advocates who have made the liberation of other animals from human oppression their life’s work. Each story details the personal turning points at which advocates saw through the myths that foster speciesism to the reality of our interconnection with all other animals.
Contributors to the book range from farmers to doctors to theologians to sanctuary workers and include the voices of strong animal rights activists such as Harold Brown, Howard Lyman, Patty Mark, Gary Francione and Gary Yourofsky. Their stories are deeply moving. I read farmer David Lay’s story six months ago and it still echoes in my mind. His story is included in the free chapter on thewebsite and is indicative of the treasures in store in the book.
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