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Looking after yourself

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kerry Baker May 31, 2012. 8 Replies

I know this has been discussed before but as ARZone gets new members all the time I like to revisit the topic. How do you look after yourself? We as vegans, advocates, activists see some truly awful…Continue

What is a hero?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Gier Jan 14, 2012. 1 Reply

I have often thought about…Continue

Being disconnected

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Porcaro Feb 23, 2012. 12 Replies

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Sharron Woodward replied to Animal Rights Zone's discussion ARZone Podcast 61: Looking Back, Moving Forward
"Amazing, truly amazing!"
Feb 4, 2013
Sharron Woodward replied to Carolyn Bailey's discussion Possible and Practicable Veganism
"It cannot be defined as someone who eats meat because her violent partner makes her. What if you were on a deserted island......... "
Jul 4, 2012
Sharron Woodward replied to Carolyn Bailey's discussion Possible and Practicable Veganism
"If you eat an animal you're not vegan. You can dress it up, as you have in this example Tim, as domestic violence, but she has choices."
Jul 3, 2012
Kerry Baker replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Hi Sharron.  This is a very important issue for anyone who wishes to contribute to animal rights.  I do think it extremely important to look after yourself, because that's the only way that continuing in animal rights is…"
May 31, 2012
olly stearn replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"i think its important to remember that some people in the movement, and well everywhere, have mental health problems and that doing advocacy and coming into contact with the ideas and realities that this entails, as well as basic things like getting…"
May 31, 2012
Tim Gier replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Hi Sharron!  This is a great question.  There are times when the stress of doing what we all do can be a burden, but, like most of us I suspect, I try to keep my eyes looking far ahead and focused on where we will be one day instead of…"
May 31, 2012
Mozybyte replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"For that which I do myself hinders me timely, but to seize "life", for thus far and as yet another breath came...I think it is with Faith and understanding, or the pursuit there of... Ultimately to remember that Evil and Good are one…"
May 31, 2012
Billy Lovci replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Buddhist talks. Focusing on the successful rescues (cats and wild birds in my case), and what still needs to be done to help those I can affect. Sleep. Music."
May 31, 2012
Mo Orr replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Great question, Sharron.  My time out used to be my morning walks, 90 minutes, all alone.  Since dog Jilla has been ill (around a year now), it's time with Jilla, dog Baxter, and cats Monty and Leo.  Oh, and husband George of…"
May 31, 2012
sue shannon replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Walking the Dog, gardening & the greatest de-stresser of all a Cat on your lap! "
May 30, 2012
Carolyn Bailey replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Looking after yourself
"Thanks for asking this question, Sharron! I think it's a really important question, and can never be asked too many times.  I spend as much time as I can at the beach, which is my favourite place to be. I also spend a lot of time playing…"
May 30, 2012
Sharron Woodward posted a discussion

Looking after yourself

I know this has been discussed before but as ARZone gets new members all the time I like to revisit the topic. How do you look after yourself? We as vegans, advocates, activists see some truly awful things. Most of the times we see this we are powerless to make any changes.  How do you self care so that animal use & abuse doesn't become so overwhelming that it hinders your life?See More
May 30, 2012
Sharron Woodward replied to Anastasia Yarbrough's discussion Question: What do you look for in a farmed animal sanctuary?
"It would have to be vegan first & foremost. Run/owned by vegans, vegan food, no kill etc. Safety for the animals that includes medical care as well as secure living quarters. Plenty of open areas with weather friendly areas incorporated. Funding…"
Apr 27, 2012
Tony Porcaro replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Being disconnected
"What we have here is an example of moral bankruptcy...a lack of moral intelligence from a species that boasts about its rational superiority over the animals ; there is no genuine shame or sense of guilt and what little there may be expressed is…"
Feb 23, 2012
Carolyn Bailey replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Being disconnected
"It would be great to start a new thread, Kath! I think we could all use some guidance from each other! :)  "
Feb 20, 2012
Kath Worsfold replied to Sharron Woodward's discussion Being disconnected
"What Sharron and people like myself need is "The answer please........" I may start a new thread asking this, as some of us newbies really need some guidance here."
Feb 20, 2012

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At 21:21 on October 16, 2011, Rachelle said…
I am desperately needing help here, came across this information about the protests in the US and think we need to do something about it....

http://www.doom3.zoy.org
At 6:34 on February 3, 2011, Maynard S. Clark said…
Will the world see peace is WE (a small percentage) just refrain from doing violence in OUR share of the space-time continuum?

During the 1960s and 1970s, faith communities that committed themselves to PEACE used terms from the Vietnam war (the War in Southeast Asia) and termed their buildings and communities 'a DMZ' - a demilitarized zone.

How effective are WE (by our not doing violence)?

How tempting it must be for those who want to have an impact to want to scale up their own use of power, rather than to back off. But 'escalation' of violence seems to make things much worse (or does it)? What is effective, and what did Mohandas K. Gandhi teach about Satyagraha? Is that morally and strategically TRUE, or is it not?

Feel free to friend me and connect with me.
http://www.LinkedIn.com/in/maynardclark/

Maynard
At 12:32 on June 7, 2010, Carolyn Bailey said…
Hi Sharron,

Welcome to ARZone!

Please enjoy the site and don't hesitate to let me know if there's anything I can help with.

Please join our new ARZone site at: http://www.arzone.net/ which we'll be moving to in coming weeks as well.

Carolyn

 
 
 

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