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Oh good! You're still here and that's great. In fact, you've survived everything ever so far, right?  Remind yourself of this fact every time you put on your ma

Seriously. You're going to Hell if you contribute to these atrocities and STILL consume animals and animal products. I've been vegsn since I was like 10. So... You don't need to eat animals to survive obviously.

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Make Water Drinkable | Why and How to Purify Water | Survival Skills, Tips And Tricks by Survival Life at http://survivallife.com/2016/01/19/make-water-drinkable/

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I have to remind myself everyday to be mindful of those that truly suffer,who aren't living but merely surviving and thankful everyday for the things I take for granted,the basic things we all take for granted.

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Bees are the superstars of pollination! They are probably the first creatures anyone would think of if asked to name an animal responsible for pollinating flowers. Approximately one third of our food supplies is dependent on pollination, and bees are responsible for most of it. That’s why it is such a problem that bee populations have been suffering for the past several years. With bees dying out, the effect on food production could be catastrophic

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