First I want to explain what it means to be vegan and what is a vegan diet.
Veganism is a philosophy that moves by respect for animals. When you finish reading this post, 300,000 animals will have died at the hands of man.
If you look at the world with attention, you will see the inescapable hell in which we have converted it for the majority of the inhabitants of the planet.
Human civilization, with all its great advances, is based on the daily and implacable exploitation of the weakest.
The human being tends to use the animal world for its own benefit in many facets of life.
We eat a lot of meat or products from certain animals, we investigate with them to test treatments or creams, and we dress with their skins. And this is precisely what veganism avoids. To understand the vegan philosophy, we must think of a way of life with the utmost respect for the animal world. It is also a current that opposes speciesism, that is, discrimination according to the species. In fact, this is considered the main cause of animal exploitation.
For the compassion I feel for other living beings. This is an argument used by many and ridiculed by many others, but it is true.
I do not pretend to convince others to follow my lifestyle, but I intend to live an honest life and in accordance with my principles: not harm others for free.
I do not need animal meat for my survival, which is why I consider it unnecessary to consume it. Still, if you consume it, I will not judge it, because it is my personal choice.