Thoughts And Statements Of Famous People About Vegetarianism

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J. H. Kellogg
The dead cow or sheep lying on the grass identified as carrion. The same type of corpse, decorated and hung in the butcher shop, passes as food!
We are what we eat.
Thomas Moffet
People dig the graves of their own teeth and die more from their own works rather than from enemy weapons.
Bertha von Suttner (Nobel Peace Prize 1905)
In my belief the time will come when no one will want to eat the animals, when no one will be ready studied to become the butcher. How many of us are already there, who would not want to never eat meat if they themselves had to plunge a knife into the animal.
Arthur Schopenhauer
Who is cruel to animals can not be a good man.
Charles Darwin (1809th to 1882nd, the English naturalist)
The fact is that the best workers I have ever seen, Chilean miners, living only from plant foods, ie. Only of legumes (beans, peas, soy …)
Jack W. Lucas
Physical and mental health can only be achieved where there is humanity and ethics.
Linda McCartney
If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would become vegetarians.
Richard Wagner
I believe that the whole life of the world is sacred thing. I watch on vegetarianism as the natural diet that can save mankind from violent tendencies and help us return to the long-lost paradise.
Nikola Tesla (1856th to 1943rd, scientist and inventor)
… I believe that vegetarianism is recommended starting point for a waiver from the established barbarous habit. It should make every effort to stop the wanton and cruel slaughter of animals, which can be fatal to human morality.



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