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May 6, 2008 in Animal Cruelty, Cara Reynolds, documentary film, ecological, Environmental, Film, Food, free diver, Green, Health, Humane, Media, News, Photography, Recycling, surfer, Vegetarian, Women, YouTube | Tags: 101 Reasons Why I Am A Vegetarian, albatross, Animal Cruelty, animals, Cara Reynolds, documentary film, free diver, hawaii, hero, heroine, meat, message in the waves, Morgan Hoesterey, photographer, surfer, tuesday, underwater photographer, Vegetarian, woman, YouTube, zoologist | by Cara Reynolds | Leave a comment
Hey, you know what I was thinking? We need another theme day and why not Tuesday. We will leave Monday alone for hot topics after our Friday-Sunday themes and Tuesday will be a day to write about one person doing someone that makes a great difference in the world.
Our first honoree is Morgan Hoesterey. Who is she? She is a woman, a zoologist, a surfer, a free diver, an underwater photographer, who lives in Hawaii and is in a documentary film called, “Message in the Waves“. What does she do? She cares about the world and the animals we harm, when we as a society don’t understand that for every action there is a reaction.
Here is a clip from the documentary film she was in called, “Message in the Waves“. It is crazy!
Morgan is the reaction to our action. We need to be aware of what we do and how it effects our world.
Disposable is deadly.
life. During her college years she further developed her free diving and surfing skills.
Reason 81 from, 101 Reasons Why I Am Vegetarian:
Every minute of every day, across the globe, 100,000 animals are slaughtered to feed the human lust for meat. This adds up to 50 billion sentient beings a year, not counting fish. Anywhere you go, creatures destined for the dinner plate endure cruel living conditions. “We’re eating them anyway,” goes the strange logic.