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60 Second Shot of Hope

I’ve seen a lot happen in 60 seconds.

Been outside buildings where minutes are measured by body count.

Watched trucks carrying 10,000 to their death pass by within seconds.

I’ve seen the numbers.

I’m not naïve.

I know 60 seconds won’t change the world.

But it may give just enough people just enough hope to fight just…a little longer…

Because it’s the countless minutes of heartbreak that can make 60 seconds of hope so very powerful.

People always ask me how I keep going, working day after day in the face of heartbreak and death, watching hour after hour of brutal footage, living fully absorbed in the gut-wrenching reality of what we do to the innocent beings on this earth.

So I thought I'd share what drives me.

Because while I know that every second of the day holds untold suffering and death, I cannot stop fighting. For the all-to-few who survive, the fight made all the difference. And for countless more facing their final 60 seconds, I owe them all the time in the world.

See the video above to meet some living miracles — the all-too-few survivors of the animal products industry.

If you found hope in these 60 seconds, please share this bit of hope. Subscribe to the channel for more inspiration and if you want to help create hope by supporting this activism, see the support page or join us in the Nugget Army on Patreon.

Celebrate the survivors and keep fighting for those who are facing their final 60 seconds.

see ya next nugget!



★Watch More

︎➤More Hope To Keep Fighting:
The Cow Who Escaped Slaughter
The Cow Who Changed Texas Forever
Finding Hope Amidst Horror (Interview with Earthlings Creator)
The Difference One Person Can Make (Interview with Toronto Pig Save Founder Anita Krajnc)

➤Meet Who We’re Fighting For & How Very Many:
Open Your Eyes
Last Day Of Your Life
How Many Animals We Kill

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1 Comment

  1. Linda O'Dell on July 7, 2016 at 12:41 am

    Awe… very sweet! Those pigs look so happy!

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