Veggie for life
By Luis A. Quibranza III
Friday, November 18, 2011
CALM down, folks. We’re not promoting a death sentence here—assuming that’s how the title strikes the hardcore meat lover at first glance.
Speaking of which, there is a chance that majority of the readers may either know at least one carnivorous dude out there, or could be one himself or herself. The fact is most of us are accustomed to having meat in our diets. Of course, that goes without saying that the degree varies. But admit it: do you really attend town fiestas hunting for the organic salads?
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WELL… some people actually do. Take artist and student Kim Tiangco, for example.
“It’s hard to find food at parties. My friends are considerate enough to order meat-free food for me whenever we go out. I guess the toughest challenge I have as a vegetarian is looking for real food around 12 midnight when I’m out with friends.”
Kim is one of the people who have devoted themselves to being a vegetarian. In it for about five years now, she has learned to embrace the thought of mastering one’s body with utmost discipline.
The next Yoga and Meditation club meeting will be on Friday, October 14 in the Galaxy Room (at the Student union) of University of Texas at Dallas from 5:15 pm to 6:30 pm.
The next meeting after Oct 14 meeting will be on Friday, 10/21 at 4:45 pm. After the yoga workshop, there will be a group meditation session and meet and greet afterwards with free food. The location is yet to be decided, but I will figure it out shortly. At this event, I want to do an outdoor public meditation session. After meditation, I will hand out free yoghurt to everyone and we will stay for an hour or so and socialize. It will be a good opportunity for Yoga club members to meet both dadas, and ask any questions about spirituality and the yoga as a way of life. Let me know if you have any questions :)
Universal Yoga-Meditation Club, UTD