Every night in your dreams Fish see you, Fish fear you That is how you know you do wrong From across the YouTubes And screensies between us You have come to show you are lost When you, fast, you literally starve Drinking piss does not recycle proteins
Once more just go plant strong But you need to carb up and So gains can go on and on
Veganism can touch us one time And lasts for a lifetime And never go back to carnism
What did the fish do to you? One true time you knew what to do Now there’s no I or Tim in ETHCS…
Water, fasting, however long I believe that not eating does you harm (fasting 35 days doesn’t work bro) Once more, is all we ask for And get help with your gut health Your health can go on and on
Tim-othy, there’s nothing about meat And I know that your heart can go on Please rethink your ethics that way You can save many lives and your health can improve on plants
After seeing a lovely photograph of Benji on Instagram, I decided to do a painting and used it as the reference to paint from.
Now for a little background story
Benji was rescued by Chantelle (who is@timepoorvegan). Benji was #114 of their calf program, one of the lucky ones and so he gets to live out his life to the fullest!
For most of these animals, the dairy industry causes a lot of suffering. Female cows typically become successors of their mothers and live a couple of years under the same way, in a life of exploitation. The male calves get taken to the slaughter within weeks after they are born. The dairy industry considers them to be a waste product: unable to produce milk and therefore killed for their flesh. All for profit. Cows are killed in production of dairy and this is why vegetarianism isn’t enough. We have access to so many alternatives now in 2018, so it makes no sense not to go vegan when it is unnecessary to use animals. Why is this still happening?
Watch this video to learn MORE (About the Dairy Industry!)
Here is a brilliant video by Erin Janus to explain the whole dairy industry in 5 minutes!
You can watch it embedded here or externally via YouTube by following this link: DAIRY IS SCARY!