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Q: What is harmless living?

A: Harmless living is doing all that you can to live without causing harm to other living beings. Keep in mind that this goal is nearly impossible to complete perfectly, but thouse who follow this lifestyle do their best acknowlaging that no one is perfect.

Q: If it’s not possible, why do you even try?

A: A very smart lady once said, “Don’t do nothing because you can’t do everything.” I personaly agree. For those that say it won’t make a diffrence, the way to change the world is one step at a time.

Q: Do I have to be a vegan/vegetarian do live harmlessly?

A: Well … that’s realy up to you. If you believe that the eating of meat constitutes harm, then yes. If (after researching and some soul searching) you decide that it is not wrong or harmful (be honest with yourself) then by your own personal definition you are in the right. Harmless living is defined as doing no harm. The meaning is up to you, but just remember that to truly live harmlessly you must be honest about your values. If you don’t believe in killing animals for food and you do it anyway, you are not living harmlessly.

Q: Vegans vs. Vegetarians

A: Vegans – Vegans do not eat eggs, dairy or even honey. Basicly anything that is taken from an animal is not ok with
them. They also tend to avoid things like leather and products that have been tested on animals. Contrary to popular belief, there are plenty of healthy vegetarians and vegans out there, you just have to know how to do it.
Vegetarians – ovo-vegetarian: eats no meat or dairy but dose eat eggs
Lacto-vegitarian: eats no meat or eggs but dose eat dairy
ovo-lacto-vegetarian: eats no meat but dose eat eggs and dairy

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