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Please sign this!

Jan 23, 2013
Please sign this!

Dear everyone, Please take a look at this. This is a chance for you to do something. Please sign the petition. It’s not a lot of effort in order to stop this cruelty. Tsem Rinpoche     Please help ensure that those responsible for causing unnecessary suffering to horses being slaughtered at the Red...

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Pigs in Taiwan

Jul 21, 2011
Pigs in Taiwan

Death is a very scary thought for most of us. It is, more often than not, the pain and suffering associated with death that scares us... especially if it involves being killed by someone else...

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