1. Anonymous asked: You are beautiful never forget this :)

    Thank you!!! You made my day! :)

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  2. Please vote for Kai in PETA’s cute kid contest!

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    Please vote for Kai in PETA’s cute kid contest!

    http://features.petakids.com/cutest-vegan-kids-contest/Contestant.aspx?cid=10693&r=1&f=0&m=0&t=male&s=3&k=

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  3. When the power of love overcomes the love of power, then there will be true peace.
    – Sri Chinmoy Ghose

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  4. In America, we seem to have this delusion that we are somehow better off than those in “less fortunate” countries. We see villagers tending to their crops or living in homes made of dirt and think ‘those poor people”. We have this delusion that because we have our obnoxiously large homes made of cheap parts and our fancy cars and lavish “things” that we are some how better off. We’re born in the “greatest country in the world” where we can be anything we want to be and if we earn enough money then we can buy whatever we want to buy…and that will make us happy.

    These thoughts came about in light of reading “The Hand Sculpted House”. As a country we seem to put ourselves on a pedestal and look down at the “less fortunate” with pity. Shame on us, shame on us for thinking so highly of our shopping malls and oversized carbon footprints. While in some cases things may be harder in these small villages and communities, at least they don’t feed off of excess. They may indeed build their homes of mud and straw, and grow their own food or make their own clothes but isn’t there much more meaning to find in such labors?

    Here, in this silly country as I’m typing on this silly computer I think to myself about how much more meaning I could find in life if I could get away from it all. If I could get dirty and learn to be more in sync with the world around me. No fancy things or food bought at a convenience store will ever bring joy to my heart. No, I want my body and soul to be full of that which I have labored to grow. I want to live in a dirty house made of mud, and have few things and many books. I want to fail, and barely scrape by then learn and thrive. I want a peaceful life free of commercials and advertisements and prepackaged stuff. I tire of the endless march, to “learn more’ to earn more. I’m starving for a meaningful life with morals and values and hard learned life lessons. I want this so that some day, when I realize this dream or die trying, I can look back and know there was true meaning and purpose in how I spent my days here.

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  5. Work hard to buy more THINGS, because clearly it’s our posessions that make us happy…(Or so large corporations try to get us to believe.)Be happy with little. Work less. Stress less. Enrich your life with hobbies, knowledge, and people - not items.

    Work hard to buy more THINGS, because clearly it’s our posessions that make us happy…(Or so large corporations try to get us to believe.)

    Be happy with little. Work less. Stress less. Enrich your life with hobbies, knowledge, and people - not items.

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  7. Vegucated is on Netflix! Anyone curious about eating healthier should check it out. The movie follows three people in NYC who volunteer to eat vegan for six weeks. Watch the movie to see if they have what it takes to do it.

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  8. The ultimate tool for corporations to sustain a culture of this sort is to develop the 40-hour workweek as the normal lifestyle. Under these working conditions people have to build a life in the evenings and on weekends. This arrangement makes us naturally more inclined to spend heavily on entertainment and conveniences because our free time is so scarce.
    Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed | Thought Catalog (via headandstomachaches)

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