"In fact, we explain the facts to people. Let's take the example of a cow. In the fifties, one cow produced two and a half thousand liters of milk, which is the amount of milk a calf needs to grow up; it is mother's milk. Today, the Holstein cow produces over seven thousand liters of milk, and there is even talk of eleven thousand liters of average milk production. Today, a cow is usually used up after five to six years. "Mr. Hübner has gone on to create a movement with two other former butchers called “Metzger gegen Tiermord” or “Butchers against Animal Murder.” This powerful and inspiring trio conveys the truth from firsthand experience, having worked at the very core of the livestock industry. "I am a former master butcher and today I’m vegan. And if I can change, then so can you! It took me over 20 years to realize that animals too, can feel suffering and pain." "Let’s end the exploitation of animals in husbandry, the violence during transports and their bestial killing now, and let’s no longer buy animal products.""If we can create a world in harmony, where love is with each other, where we humans meet each other with open arms, then we will have a perfect world, where there is no more war, there is no more hunger. We no longer have to deal with a refugee crisis anymore, because we make sure that no human being suffers, because we care for each other. You are part of the movement; veganism is not a fad. Veganism is the future of tomorrow. Love to the whole world."Our beloved Spiritual Guide, Supreme Master Ching Hai highlights the critical change to a compassionate, vegan lifestyle, to secure a future for our magnificent planet. "So many things that the tree can do, and if we keep cutting them, just to raise the animals, and then we kill the animals as well, then our lives will be at stake also." " Whenever I have time to sit down and think of humans, I think we are all deaf, blind and dumb. We don’t know anything and we look down upon the animals who are so intelligent, so inside, so connected with the Divine."