Gifting Life is Being Vegan

>>  Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Well, as I said I would have my last word about food for a while... But certainly not about turkeys or turkey rescues...

This video comes from Indraloka Animal Sanctuary and was originally posted at This Dish is Veg. Clearly the founder Indra gave a special gift to two lovely birds... She gave back what was originally theirs...                               
The rights to their own lives.

The most generous thing you can do this holiday and everyday beyond is to allow others to keep their most precious beingness... Please do not remove them from this world - Please do not steal their sacred lives. Please extend your compassion to others. Give the gift of life by treating all creatures with respect.  


veganelder December 12, 2012 at 3:44 PM  

Thanks to everyone who is living vegan and giving to all other beings what they ask for

And a special thanks to a special Ms. Bea. :-)

Anonymous December 12, 2012 at 10:07 PM  

Almost everything about the video is heartwarming. What beautiful people Indraloka's founders are, and what a beautiful place it is, with beautiful residents!

Of course, the part that didn't warm my heart was the beginning, where the rest of the farmer's flock was going to the opposite of Indraloka. I was as sad for them as I was happy for their two spared mates.

Surely this isn't how the world was made to be: where some are chosen to live peacefully, while others face a shortened life and a horrid end.

Surely we can do better.

Indraloka is proof that we can.

"Special Vegan Ms. Bea," I love love love that "Thanks for being Vegan" wreathe you either found or designed.

Bountiful Blessings 2 Ye, Bea.

proud womon December 14, 2012 at 7:45 PM  

and thank you for speaking so eloquently on behalf of all sentient beings...

Bea Elliott December 17, 2012 at 9:44 PM  

Thank you veganelder for being one of the life affirming generous ones! It is special to know you! ;)

Bea Elliott December 17, 2012 at 9:54 PM  

Hello Olivia - Yes, I know... I wish they could all go to Indraloka and all other places of safety and care.

Someday... Because we can absolutely do better - it will be - I know it will. Thanks for your persistence in making that your goal as well. xox

Bea Elliott December 17, 2012 at 10:09 PM  

I appreciate your kindness and thoughtful words as well proud womon. Your insights are profound and valuable. I'm honored to be fighting the good fight with you as well!