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Angry Vegan vs. Joyful Vegan

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While feeling anger (or sorrow) at the plight of animals is understandable, letting anger define you is detrimental. In this episode, I discuss how to be vegan with passion, purpose, and power rather than anger, outrage, and indignation.

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