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Global Unity: Together in Saving Lives, Part 13 of a Multi-part Series

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Be assured, Mr. Lloyd, that even though our time is running out, we do still have time to save this beautiful planet and restore it to [its] original splendor, or even more so if all people turn to the vegan diet. […] Just a small, little change. I don’t know how difficult can it be to replace a piece of (animal-people) meat with a piece of tofu, or a piece of vegetable protein. It looks the same, it tastes even better, more healthy, cheaper in every way. Good for your health. So please, just spread this info through your media. […]

Chef Chan, I read that the government of Hong Kong mercifully abolished capital punishment over 15 years ago, in 1993. So now, the people of Hong Kong just need to extend their compassion to animal(-people), who did not commit any crimes even. They are not criminals, the animal-people. So, we should abolish the death sentence for all animal(-people) as well, and turn to the (animal-people) meat-free vegan diet. This will offer true protection from the climate crisis because the vegan diet does not harm sentient beings, and thus offers the highest merit, the highest reward of all, and therefore reduces the bad retribution significantly. Also, if you’re Buddhist, you remember the Buddha said the first precept, the first thing a Buddhist should not do is not to kill. Also, through the daily practice of the spiritual principle known as ahimsa, or non-violence, charity is naturally cultivated in one’s heart.

Even if you do not feel that Hong Kong needs this level of virtue, Chef Chan, I’m sure you already know that a disease such as swine flu doesn’t spare anyone, which has severely affected the Hong Kong people. [It] also comes from animal(-people) killing.

And in terms of global warming, 70% of drinking water for Hong Kong comes from the Dong River. 70% of drinking water for Hong Kong is from the Dong River, which in turn is ultimately fed by glaciers. Tens of thousands of lakes and rivers throughout the world are drying out now due to global warming and glaciers melting. It is thus only a matter of time before Hong Kong will be affected by the Dong River drying out as well. Knowing this, it would be best if we adopt the lifestyle that will restore the stability of our environment and benefit all beings in the world, which surely is the compassionate way of life, beginning with a vegan diet. No animal(-people) products.

So please, Chef, join this noble cause and share it with others, especially through your work. There are so many (animal-people) meat substitutes available today. We just cook the same as we cook (animal-people) meat, except we replace that piece of (animal-people) meat with a piece of vegan protein, which has more nutrition – first-hand protein instead of second-hand through the animal (-people). So, I’m sure you could adapt your delicious dishes to be vegan. If you need any additional information, you can obtain it freely from www.SupremeMasterTV.com/VEG, or ask any of our Association members to help you. They’d be willing to serve you anytime. (Yes.) And then you would be contributing to the real solution, in fact, the only one that will really work at this time to save our world and save 70% of drinking water for Hong Kong. Without water, where would we be?

So, thank you for your important question. And thank you for being a good chef. (Thank You. Thank You, Master. Thank you, Mr. Chan.) I wish you all the best.

(And now we have Mr. Peter Lloyd, who is a vegan and is also editor of Positive News & Holistic Asia.) I’ve heard of him. Welcome, Mr. Lloyd. Good day, sir. (Good day.)

(Good day. The question is how can we inspire hope and joy through ecological activism? I guess what I’m trying to dig deeper to is how do we make this a longer-term commitment? I can make the choice as an individual, but how do I convey that to other people? So, sort of a deeper look at this cultural change of going vegetarian [vegan]. Thank You.)

Yes. Mr. Lloyd, it’s understandable that you are concerned like that. It’s kind of new. This vegan trend is new to many people, even government officials as well. So, we have to just do what we can. You may copy many of the information concerning the harmful effects of the (animal-people) meat diet and the benefits of the vegan diet, and copy the info, print them out and send them, or send them through email to whoever you know, or to the government, to the organizations, to the farmers, etc.

But I’m so happy, by the way, to see that you are already a compassionate example, that you are vegan. It’s so not easy for Westerners even, who are so used to, being raised as a child, believing in animal-people protein. It’s so not very easy for you. I’m very proud of you and very impressed, and that you are a part of a positive news media even. That impresses me even more. That’s wonderful! Please continue your job. God bless you.

As for how to inspire hope and joy through your activism for the environment, well, as I have said, I understand that a lot of the ecological and environmental news today is not very good due to the effects of global warming. We hear about glaciers melting, water becoming more scarce, rising food shortages, rising food prices with over one billion people going hungry every day, animal (-people) becoming extinct and many species gone forever, and so on and so forth. It can seem overwhelming, especially if we think that we are only one person and the problems are so vast.

But be assured, Mr. Lloyd, that even though our time is running out, we do still have time to save this beautiful planet and restore it to [its] original splendor, or even more so if all people turn to the vegan diet. You embody the very solution already that is needed for our world. As it has already been mentioned, recent research shows that [nearly] 60% of the emissions that are heating the planet come from the animal(-people) raising industry. Not 18%. Eighteen percent was [the] underestimate, the initial estimate from the UN (United Nations) only. Right now, the evidence, the data shows that the livestock industry produces [nearly] 60%. I’m sure there is more. But this is kind of [a] conservative report.

The 60% greenhouse gas emissions, which heat up our planet, which put our lives in danger, which put our world into the perilous situation of mass extinction, is from the animal(-people) raising industry. Please tell everybody this, whomever you can. [nearly] 60% – can you imagine? If we stop the (animal-people) meat industry, 60% of the heating factor is gone. And then if we turn to an organic vegan diet, then 40 more percent plus of CO2 will be absorbed immediately from the atmosphere – by the organic vegan planting method. You see what I mean? So, we’ll be smiling.

Just a small, little change. I don’t know how difficult can it be to replace a piece of (animal-people) meat with a piece of tofu, or a piece of vegetable protein. It looks the same, it tastes even better, more healthy, cheaper in every way. Good for your health. So please, just spread this info through your media. The solution is at hand for each and every one of us, which is simply to forego animal(-people) products and become vegan – one small change; it’s no big deal.

As I have mentioned many times before – this is not a good thing to say, but I have to make a comparison – if we accuse people of drugs, of alcohol, tobacco addiction, that they could not change, they could not quit, we have to accuse ourselves first, because drugs, tobacco or alcohol, there is no other thing to replace them for what they are. I don’t mean they’re good, but there are no others replacements for the alcohol-, the tobacco-, or the drug-addicted person. Anyone who is addicted to these three substances – drugs, alcohol, and tobacco – they cannot find any other substance to substitute it, so it’s difficult for them to quit, and these substances are more difficult to quit. And we couldn’t even quit (animal-people) meat, which is replaceable by many other better things [that] taste better, [are] cheaper, good for [your] health, [and] save the planet. If we could not even quit that piece of (animal-people) meat, then we cannot accuse the drug-, the alcohol- or the tobacco-addicted people.

If we want to make drugs, alcohol, and tobacco all illegal, or limit their production and sales, then we have to start with (animal-people) meat, and right now! Because it’s even worse than all of them, all of the other three, I’m sorry to say. If I offend anyone, I sincerely apologize, but my lifestyle is to tell the truth at all costs.

Now, even if the guy who drinks alcohol, maybe he harms himself, he causes his family trouble, he costs some tax money for hospitalization; he might even, the worst scenario, kill somebody on the street by drunk driving. That affects a small group of people. And it’s the same with drugs, the same with tobacco, cigarettes. It affects a small group of people. But the (animal-people) meat diet affects the whole world, affects the whole planet. It’s killing our lives, it’s killing the planet, and it’s leading the planet into total destruction if we don’t stop. Do I go too far, Mr. Lloyd? It’s OK with you? (It’s good.)

(Thank You. Thank You, Master. And it is really an inspirational answer for us to know how dangerous it is to take [animal-people] meat.) Yes. (And thank you, Mr. Lloyd.) It is. (Thank you very much.) It’s dangerous to take (animal-people) meat – more than drugs, more than alcohol, more than cigarettes. That’s why I put (animal-people) meat as the number 1 killer and the other three later on. We have many more things we have to tackle, of course, but these four are the worst killers of all. And if we want to save our lives and the planet, we have to clean up these substances. (Thank You. Thank You, Master.) Thank you also. (Thank You, Master.)

Photo Caption: All R One in Spirit, No Obstacle Can Change That!

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