One of the articles that really struck a chord with me and inspired me to move toward veganism was by Tracey Glover, a lawyer-turned-animal-rights-activist. It was about why she chooses to help animals when there is so much suffering in the world. In fact, it was her article, which I shared with my boyfriend nearly a year ago that compelled him to become vegetarian overnight.
When Tracey was in law school, she worked with refugees, domestic violence victims, and as a humane rescue and cruelty officer with the Humane Society of Huron Valley. Even with all the human suffering in the world, she recognizes that animal suffering is unparalleled in terms of their numbers and the degree of torture they endure … but more importantly, because there are so few people working to help them.
“The End of Suffering” is a documentary that Tracey is trying to put together using funds she hopes to raise through Indiegogo. This film delivers the “message of universal compassion and the truth of our interconnection with all other beings with whom we share this planet.”
“This is a film about suffering and the end of suffering.”Read More