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Living Cruelty Free - Live a more Compassionate Life (Updated 2014 version) Jennifer Thomson

Living Cruelty Free - Live a more Compassionate Life (Updated 2014 version)

Jennifer Thomson

Published October 20th 2014
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
194 pages
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 About the Book 

It can be all too easy to despair about the cruelty that goes on in the world- to feel that there is nothing we can do to change things, but, with small steps, we can all make the world a kinder place.Living Cruelty Free offers tips and advice onMoreIt can be all too easy to despair about the cruelty that goes on in the world- to feel that there is nothing we can do to change things, but, with small steps, we can all make the world a kinder place.Living Cruelty Free offers tips and advice on how we can be kinder to animals and each other, and live a kinder life.It’s an essential guide for anyone who wants to become a more ethical shopper: to avoid buying the cruellest things on the planet, like fur, Foie gras, and clothes made using slave labour. There are also tips on how to go free range, become vegetarian, or just reduce your meat intake, and to make sure the cosmetics you buy are not tested on animals.ENDORSEMENTSWant to live a more compassionate lifestyle?Want to avoid things that involve the killing/harming of animals for meat or cosmetics?Want to be a more ethical shopper?Living Cruelty Free will provide you with the facts so you can make decisions about what you purchase, be it food, cosmetics or clothing. – Moxie Reviews, a blog to help you and your animal friends, cruelty free product reviews.This book is a perfect guide to a kinder life.Advocating a kinder world for humans and animals alike, Living Cruelty Free is very much an exception to the usual Best Guide format and should be required reading for anyone with the ability to empathise with the world around them. - R HoodThe great thing about Jennifer Thomsons writing is that she never hectors, which sadly a lot of people do when talking about causes close to their hearts. Instead, she lays everything out in a very measured manner, never apportioning blame, just telling us how it is. And then telling us how we can fix it in our own way no matter how small.Brim full of fascinating facts, ideas and addresses for further research, this guide is great for those starting out or indeed those of us who have been trying to live a more compassionate life for a while. Wonderfully written and highly informative, this is definitely one for your bookshelf. – KTK