Thanks to everyone who sent feedback to last week's Enewsletter, A Meaningful Life. Want to just share one, which accompanied a donation and order for booklets:
"I'm glad I stayed up to read this newsletter -- thank you, I learned something this evening.
"I have been an active voice on Facebook and in conversations with people I know. I often get very upset and want to lash out. Although it felt good to get things off my chest, I felt like I was the enemy. And I'm not. I have always sought to be peaceful and loving, even before I was a vegetarian (and now vegan). Who would want to listen to me if I could not listen to them?
"So I have been toning it down, trying not to slam anyone. Thank you for opening my eyes and mind."
|Leslie Patterson (here at the University of Chicago) sends these pictures.|
|Mark Turner, opening eyes at Northwestern.|
|Joe Espinosa makes the animals' case at DePaul.|