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Jeffrey C.


Pittsburgh, PA

Member since:

June 19, 2013

What does Vegan Spirituality mean to you?

As a Jew, it means the Covenant we share with animals. As a human being, veganism reflects our oneness with Creation, our compassion, and our commitment to peace and non-violence.

How do you practice Vegan Spirituality?

It would probably be more accurate to say that veganism greatly enhances by sense of spirituality. It not a separate thing onto itself but rather an inherent part of my spiritual essence.

What drew you to this group?

As a vegan, we're still a distinct minority. I'm always looking for a sense of community with people whose values I share.

What would you like to experience as part of this group? (support, community, comradery)

Community, friendship, and a deepening sense spirituality and wisdom.

What discussion topics interest you?

The relationship between veganism and mainstream religion. How veganism relates to our understanding of the universe.


I'm the director of Jewish Vegetarians of North America and the blogger at www.beeteatingheeb.c­om. I live in Pittsburgh, PA, which is becoming more vegan-friendly by the day.

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