Not 100%

I'm not enough of an idealist to completely stop eating meat, without even mentioning lazy. Still, with a bit more of planning what I eat next, I could pretty easily drop the meat eating near to none.

It wouldn't be that big chance to how I'm living now, I eat meat mainly on top of pizza and occasionally in stew. Both would be tasty without meat as well. Special holidays and occasions aside, my nutrition consists of bread and different sandwiches, yogurt and granola, vegetables (usually with some rice) and fruits. Yay.

For me the problem is not killing animals, but the problems caused by raising the huge numbers of animals for slaughter. Ain't it a bit sad that millions of people live in constant state of starvation, and tons and tons of food is used for feeding the cattle, which then gets eaten?

I'm not one of those who set an example with their actions, but I still admire people who have such a strong belief of what is right thing to do, determination and will to change the world that they are actually doing something concrete, not just bitching and complaining like I do. Thus, even if I'm kind of afraid of extreme activists and treehuggers, I also respect them.
Fearofsilence Fearofsilence
18-21, F
Aug 2, 2010