Vegetarianism is not a forced choice nor an ideology, but it can be interpreted as a possible way of life and as an educational option.It is closely connected with a nonviolent modus vivendi which implies the choice not to kill humans and animals. It is a choice that, alongthe history, has been associated with a path of spiritual education. Vegetarianism can be seen, following the lesson of the Masters ofnonviolence, as an important step for an integral education that promotes better human relationships and interconnections among allcreatures that inhabit the planet.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|