This is SO true!
LOL This was what it was like only twenty years ago...it was hard to find vegetarian food unless it was some boring salad or eggs done a million ways. Thankfully, and I must give credit to the vegans for this, we have vego restaurants everywhere here, I have three within walking distance and every restaurant, cafe, hotel...even McDonalds and Hungry Jacks (Burger King?) do burgers, the Hungry Jacks is actually not too bad. Luckily every Asian country has been producing vegetarian meat products for centuries and we can get them all here now. I eat a lot of plant based meat products..."Not Bacon" is one of my favs...but the best is an Aussie company that makes heaps and in particular a fake duck...damn good, and when I give to others to try they cannot tell the difference. So, thank you vegans
. Do you know vegans don't even eat honey, and if they believe that bees had anything to do with growing avacadoes...many of them won't eat them. That's why I always say that vegetarianism is a spiritual choice and veganism is a religious one...one is personal, the other is another form of fundamentalism. As a Nihilist I know there are no rights in the world, and that includes animal rights, we just make them all up, so I chose a long time ago to invent my own animal rights, just for Harry
...though my wife has now been a vegetarian for ten years now, she had a lot of trouble giving up seafood, but she finally did it.
Well A, I hope your meditation is going well. I love the cards, pity we couldn't some how have an online I-Ching happening. Housework day for me today, keeping the place tidy for when Carol joins me in retirement in three weeks time.