Please help these poor animals an go to Animals Australia to add your name and use your voice to speak up for this hreatbreaking abuse to BILLIONS of these sheep that are live exported each year. For 60 years, cruelty to animals in live export ships has been kept secret. The sheer horror on these ships is in my eyes worse than any horror film and is real. More than 100,000 litres of urine and faeces accumulate on this ship, the temperatures soar, many babies are trampled to death and loose their mothers or are to be killed by a distressed crew member who is routinely order to slit their throats. This suffering is in side of one thing: making wealthy live export companies even wealthier. What animals are routinely forced to endure on live export ships is not only cruel - it’s illegal. #stopliveexport #animalliberation PLEASE SHARE
“As a mother who has personally experienced the precious act of bringing life into this world and the unbreakable bond of motherhood, exploiting any living sentient being by forcibly impregnating them so they can give birth purely so they can in turn produce breastmilk, is morally and ethically horrifying.
So grateful to a part of the Business with a Purpose #LMBDW event and connect with so many beautiful like hearted, empowered women last night at the @thecleantreatsfactory with @brittbloomer @maddisonclare @charliedehaas 🌿 Being able to speak from the heart about creating a Business with a Purpose and all that has gone into it and hearing the journey of other empowered women who strive to create a positive difference in the world was something I am truly grateful and took a lot away from 🌿 Thank you Brittany and Charlie for your love and to all who came last night #businesswithpurpose #love #unity #kindness
Any situation where we need to end things, whether it is a relationship, a life situation, a part of our life path, or a belief or mindset, we want closure and to be complete with it so we have no regrets, grief, sadness, or trauma. And yet that almost always happens. In spite of our best efforts and deepest desires to be finished with a situation, we struggle with being ‘done’ because a part of us wants to know if things could have been different. How can we move on? By understanding completion and closure and learning how to let go.