By Benny Callaghan
My partner and I visited a cattle ranch owned by a friend who had been farming the same land for over thirty years. I rarely visit a farm and soon realized that this was no ordinary place. The farmer kept it because he loved cows.
By Donna Lupinacci, Connecticut and Florida
My husband Tony and I have been very blessed in this lifetime. I think of us as soul mates because when we first met over 36 years ago while exploring the teachings of Eckankar, we shared our experiences and realized how similar our love for life and beliefs in God are…
By John Villemonte, Minnesota
Maggy was a three-month-old puppy, living in a trailer park with a man who wanted to find a new home for this energetic little dog.
By Danielle Weber-Adrian
One of my grandfather’s greatest passions was to raise, train, and love horses. None of his three children or three grandchildren loved horses. That is, until I came along as his fourth grandchild. When my mother was leaving for the hospital to give birth to me he said, “This one is my last chance. This one doesn’t get a vote.”
By Bob Lawton, Connecticut
My wife, Luanne, and I got our all-black cat Shadow when he was a kitten. After only eight short years, he started having problems that led to his passing. Luanne was devastated over the loss.
By Kathi Jacobson, Alberta, Canada
One beautiful summer evening, I went for a walk around our farm. Out loud I sang HU, an ancient chant that I learned about in Eckankar.