Live Kindly – the Maxim of Veganism

Live Kindy magazine is about humanity, our home and those who share it with us.  In this article, But in an age of fake news, how do we avoid overwhelm and cynicism in order to cut through to the truth?

Often, we hear scepticism from vegans that people are not changing, and that there is little point trying to work towards a vegan world. This hopelessness stems from an acute aspect of what Clare Mann calls ‘vystopia’.

This article in Live Kindly Magazine asks, “How can vegans move from the debilitating agony of vystopia to changing the world?”

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