Veganism, the term, was coined by Donald Watson in 1944. The term is gaining popularity as people are coming in tune with the environment, animals and themselves. There are huge groups of people who are continuously spreading awareness about veganism. The word may sound simple, but it has potential to bring the change that the environment is waiting for. Come, let’s know what it actually is.
What is veganism?
Veganism is a philosophy. It is an assurance of good life not only for human beings, but all living creatures and the environment. The core principle of this philosophy is to refrain from activities that exploit, harm and abuse animals and the environment.
Veganism is not only a diet, like vegetarianism. It is a lifestyle. It is a step towards a positive and peaceful living. By following this lifestyle, you are not just changing your life rather you are saving billions of lives, you are saving innumerable families (of animals), you are helping in conserving and preserving the environment, you are helping in ending cruelty, torture, and immoral activities that are killing our surroundings. Furthermore, you are walking the path of becoming a good human being.
A person who follows veganism indulges in certain activities that further ensures animal welfare and helps the environment to flourish. Veganism is an awareness that can change the lives of many.