The following article was written by Melinda McKee.
you're deciding what to give up for Lent, make sure that you don't abstain from
these seven deadly sins:
ahead—keep your mind in the gutter. And while you're at
it, check out some of PETA's videos to put you
in the mood.
said that being vegan means eating less? Indulge yourself with delicious vegan recipes, especially those
from the new Betty Goes Vegan cookbook.
proud of yourself this year by pledging to go
completely cruelty-free and deciding to keep your "beauty without bunnies."
a scrooge. For the next 40 days, be sure to pinch your pennies. But not without
reason! You can donate all the money you'll save to your favorite animal
protection organization when Lent is over.
all been guilty of being a green-eyed monster. This year, be the subject of
envy by spoiling yourself with delectable vegan dishes and wearing the most fashionable fur-free attire. You don't have
to sacrifice your looks to be cruelty-free.
should be angry at all the abuse that animals endure today. Spread the word,
get mad at ignorance, and never be silent.
care about animals, you've gone vegan, and you've pledged to be cruelty-free.
You deserve a break! So sit back, relax, and perhaps take in a movie or three. Plus,
you can use this time to learn about an ultra-cute
whose name is synonymous with being lazy.
What are you giving up for Lent?
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.