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Veganism 101: The Holy Grail of Veganism
Why should anyone or everyone go Vegan? Why should we protect animals from slaughter or exploitation? Is Veganism healthy? What about working out? Does one need to worry about Health if working out happens enough? The ethical/moral dilemmas I have presented before this will show statements that dissect Veganism's reasoning. The plan is to demonstrate examples and thoroughly explain the relevance of the models throughout this article. By the way, if this article makes anyone want to go Vegan and does, or if there are Vegans out there reading this, Vitamin B12 is not found in plants; therefore, we all need to make sure to take Vitamin B12 according to the Forks Over Knives team of Plant-Based Doctors.
Serving the Community Food Line
My inspiration for serving the Foodline organization in Washington State started when I was a teenager. I was a part of a community service program. The community service program I was a part of set-up a day where we all loaded food boxes for the community. At first, I did not notice any feeling of excitement or joy. I realized later that the people receiving the food needed the food, which made me feel great because I helped people in need. After that, I felt that I helped people in need, which made me feel great! Later, over the years, I started to develop a goal that I wanted to have, which was to create a food delivery service that provided food for people in need and brought the food to the people in need. I still have not accomplished that goal; however, I did find an opportunity a while ago to go with a friend down to the local Foodline organization and donate my time to serve the community. The day was fantastic! We got together in a group at the organization and obtained detailed plans of actions for the day. Afterward, we washed our hands thoroughly and went over to the loading area. There were boxes of corn that needed a check for rot and checked for any significant damage, and it was all donated by farmers as sort of the corn surplus runts. There were plenty of other donated items throughout the facility; however, this was our task for the day.
The Black Notebook of Power
During a snow-filled day in December, the snowflakes fell onto the soft powder that already formed over the winter season; a lady named Angela was out walking and in a cute way playing in the snow. Once Angela was finished frolicking, she stumbled upon a little black notebook with the inscription, "Within this book contains the power to make a change with purpose." Angela proceeded with childish curiosity and picked up the book, and then, she opened it. To her amazement, the book was a blank slate, a tabula rosa, if you will, as if it were a blank journal that someone dropped from their backpack after school. Angela watched the first page, and the book started to inscribe, "Angela's Journal of Purpose." Angela was in shock and began to gaze at the inscription. She could not believe her own eyes. "The book seemed as though something was possessing the book," she thought to herself. Then, out of nowhere, a sort of spiral appeared, and a small figure of a gnome type of image appeared as a sort of projection from the book and said, "Angela, my dear, you are one lucky lady. This book was the Magical Journal of one of the greatest wizards of all time. He left this book here for you to find and make the world a better place. Still, first, you must prove to everyone that you are now one of the greatest witches of all time by requesting from the book that you win the lottery as proof that you are capable of some of the most awesome and greatest magic in the world!" The gnome disappeared almost as fast as the gnome appeared. There was a picture of the gnome on the second page with the gnome's thumbs-up, and she was still winking at Angela, who was in absolute disbelief.