30 Aug '16, 2pm

Incidental harm to animals is not an excuse not to go vegan - Ecorazzi

The simplest of our actions as we go about the business of living seems to cause inevitable, albeit often incidental, harm to animals. Almost immediately after I became vegan, I was asked (mostly by non-vegans), how I could reconcile being both a pilot and a vegan. The point of contention was the fact that the airplane I flew did kill birds, insects, and other animals who accidentally strayed into its path. Wracked by guilt and a little confused, I very briefly considered changing my profession, but then realized that there is a fundamental difference between incidental harm caused by the act of flying or otherwise earning a living that causes indirect harm (as all forms of existence do) and the very insidious act of avoidable and deliberate animal exploitation.

Full article: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2016/08/30/incidental-harm-to-ani...

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