you-are-the-universe
My flesh might expire
But the God within
Will transcend
The limits of thoughts
Imposed by dead men
No other human being
Can diminish my light
I take flight
Rotate twice
Around the universe like satellite
When I re-enter the atmosphere
I redirect the mislead
With the wisdom of the Nile
I resurrect the dead
I move like a cloud of black mist
I exist to resist
The African Holocaust
Eclipses the entire Schindler’s list
For me mental stagnation is absurd
to get through this world
You need a reservoir of words
So when the physical comes
You’ll know when and what to do
Hope by itself will never protect you
The walls of fear
That trap the mind
Must be broken down
Positive thoughts can
Vibrate and stimulate
the spirit like sound
I am not bound
By star spangled allegiance
I’m a grassroots collegiate
With a masters
In survival, love, and oppression
I live my lessons
To release my potential
I sense the undetectable
And when I put God first
I’m spiritually invincible
Born Free #therealbornfree (The Book of Born Free…The Wisdom of Living Right Now!) is coming soon! (via therealbornfree)
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vilevegan:

 Beef Production is Killing the Amazon Rainforest | One Green Planet

The Amazon rainforest has been facing severe deforestation problems for several decades — it has lost about a fifth of its forest in the past three. While there are many causes, one of the main causes is cattle ranching, particularly in Brazil. Trees are cut and the land is converted into a pasture for cattle grazing. According to one report, an estimated 70 percent of deforestation in the Amazon basin can be attributed to cattle ranching. Using these numbers, cattle ranching in the Amazon has resulted in the loss of an area larger than the state of Washington.


This drives me insane cuz I know how much a vegan lifestyle cuz be beneficial in almost every situation and I just want to tell the world all this knowledge I have but every time I want to say something I’m “pushing my beliefs down other peoples throats.” There’s gonna come a time when things are too late and people will get mad at me saying “well why didn’t you tell me sooner” when we all fucking try to

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vilevegan:

 Beef Production is Killing the Amazon Rainforest | One Green Planet

The Amazon rainforest has been facing severe deforestation problems for several decades — it has lost about a fifth of its forest in the past three. While there are many causes, one of the main causes is cattle ranching, particularly in Brazil. Trees are cut and the land is converted into a pasture for cattle grazing. According to one report, an estimated 70 percent of deforestation in the Amazon basin can be attributed to cattle ranching. Using these numbers, cattle ranching in the Amazon has resulted in the loss of an area larger than the state of Washington.

This drives me insane cuz I know how much a vegan lifestyle cuz be beneficial in almost every situation and I just want to tell the world all this knowledge I have but every time I want to say something I’m “pushing my beliefs down other peoples throats.” There’s gonna come a time when things are too late and people will get mad at me saying “well why didn’t you tell me sooner” when we all fucking try to

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garden-of-vegan:

Vegan lunch bowl: Steamed brown rice, curry roasted sweet potatoes (sweet potato chunks, curry powder, nutritional yeast, and olive oil), sriracha roasted chickpeas (chickpeas, sriracha, minced garlic, and olive oil), chili-lime kale (steamed kale, minced garlic, chili powder, and lemon juice), carrot ribbons, sliced avocado with lime juice and pepper, and garlic-lemon tahini sauce (tahini, minced garlic, lemon juice, nutritional yeast, water, salt, and pepper).


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garden-of-vegan:

Vegan lunch bowl: Steamed brown rice, curry roasted sweet potatoes (sweet potato chunks, curry powder, nutritional yeast, and olive oil), sriracha roasted chickpeas (chickpeas, sriracha, minced garlic, and olive oil), chili-lime kale (steamed kale, minced garlic, chili powder, and lemon juice), carrot ribbons, sliced avocado with lime juice and pepper, and garlic-lemon tahini sauce (tahini, minced garlic, lemon juice, nutritional yeast, water, salt, and pepper).

Go vegan: www.Facebook.com/VeganLight

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dogjournal:

STUDENTS TO RECEIVE WORLD’S FIRST MASTERS DEGREES IN ANIMAL LAW - "…while laws have improved and grown, there is still a disconnect between what animals deserve and what protections they get…"
The world’s first advanced degrees in the field of animal law will soon be awarded to students at Lewis & Clark University Law School.  The master’s program is conducted by the university’s Center for Animal Law Studies.  The program will advance the field of animal law and help people advocate for laws to protect dogs and other animals. Read more from greenbaypressgazette.com:

Mitzi Bolanos adopted a pit bull a few years ago, only to find that discrimination was part of the deal. Because of her dog, she was often told where she could or couldn’t live or work…
In September, the 28-year-old lawyer went back to school to get a master’s of laws in animal law. She wants to use her degree — the first of its kind in the world — to help fight breed bias.
Bolanos will be among the first class of six students to get such a degree from Lewis & Clarke Law School’s Center for Animal Law Studies. Enrollment in the yearlong program is expected to grow to 15 or 20 students in three to five years…

Animal law is still a developing field so perhaps other universities will someday offer similar degrees. Hopefully this program will produce advocates for pit bulls and other dogs. Click here for the full story.

dogjournal:

STUDENTS TO RECEIVE WORLD’S FIRST MASTERS DEGREES IN ANIMAL LAW - "…while laws have improved and grown, there is still a disconnect between what animals deserve and what protections they get…"

The world’s first advanced degrees in the field of animal law will soon be awarded to students at Lewis & Clark University Law School.  The master’s program is conducted by the university’s Center for Animal Law Studies.  The program will advance the field of animal law and help people advocate for laws to protect dogs and other animals. Read more from greenbaypressgazette.com:

Mitzi Bolanos adopted a pit bull a few years ago, only to find that discrimination was part of the deal. Because of her dog, she was often told where she could or couldn’t live or work…

In September, the 28-year-old lawyer went back to school to get a master’s of laws in animal law. She wants to use her degree — the first of its kind in the world — to help fight breed bias.

Bolanos will be among the first class of six students to get such a degree from Lewis & Clarke Law School’s Center for Animal Law Studies. Enrollment in the yearlong program is expected to grow to 15 or 20 students in three to five years…

Animal law is still a developing field so perhaps other universities will someday offer similar degrees. Hopefully this program will produce advocates for pit bulls and other dogs. Click here for the full story.