The Joys and Benefits of Living Compassionately and Healthfully. In Other Words: Vegan.
Livestock industry hinders California’s water conservation

Guest commentary: Livestock industry hinders California’s water conservation Editorial for Contra Costa Times ‘Opinion’. Published: March 2014 Colleen Patrick-Goudreau reflects on our use of water as a limited resource. By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Via the newly signed Farm Bill, the Obama administration is offering $100 million to bail out the...

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The Favors We Do Animals…By Eating Them?

In his famous “Autobiography,” published posthumously in 1793, Benjamin Franklin recounts his experience following a vegetarian diet when he was 16 years old. Having read Thomas Tryon’s 1691 book “The Way to Health,” which extolls the many benefits of a “vegetable diet,” Franklin found that it promoted “greater clearness...

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Best Movies Watched in 2013

David and I watch a lot of movies, and we joke that we don’t watch anything made after 1970, though it’s a bit of an exaggeration. We tend to get into themes, focusing on war films or heist films or Russian films; or we watch a film by a...

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Setting Boundaries, Reading Chaucer, and Talking Bees

Join me today as I talk about the importance of knowing where we end and another person begins, which is also today’s tweetable! This theme runs through my week’s re-cap, as well as in this episode’s emails and phone calls. In our segment, Verbal Vivisection, I dissect some positive...

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Vegan: The Way to Compassion

The new format of my Food for Thought podcast includes a segment called The Compassionate Life in which I share my own reflections and observations of what it means to live a compassionate life. In today’s episode, I establish the fact that the foundation of veganism is compassion –...

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