by Harold Klemp | Feb 1, 2021 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Birds, Featured Columnist, Poems and Contemplations |
By Sri Harold Klemp
Every night when I go to bed, a mockingbird sings outside my window. He works an incredible shift that seems to last all night long. Each night he repeatedly goes through his entire repertoire of about twenty different songs.
by Contributor | Jan 4, 2021 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Contributors |
By Gardiner L. Tucker, Jr., Colorado
For six weeks during the fall, my wife, Marcie, and I were house-sitting in Estes Park, Colorado, for her university professor. I was excited to live there, because it is surrounded by mountains with wildlife everywhere.
by Columnist | Dec 21, 2020 | Animals in Nature, Birds, Columnists, Kristy Walker |
By Kristy Walker, Minnesota
Harold Klemp writes, in ECK Essentials, that patience “is the greatest discipline of all the spiritual works of ECK. By patience you can endure life, hardships, karmic burdens, slander, and the pricks of pain and disease.”
by Contributor | Nov 23, 2020 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Birds, Contributors, Service and Animals |
By Henry Koster, Queensland, Australia
I began to wonder, What is the deeper significance in this gift of feeding wild birds?
by Contributor | Nov 2, 2020 | Animals in Nature, Birds, Contributors, Service and Animals |
By Heidi Skarie, Minnesota
One summer morning, I left my house to run some errands. As I drove down Minnetonka Boulevard in a suburb of Minneapolis, I saw a mallard hen in the median strip of the highway. It looked as if she’d been hit by a car but was still alive and flapping her wings. I decided to try to help her.
by Contributor | Oct 5, 2020 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Birds, Contributors |
By Brad Norman, Arizona
Several years ago I lost my sweet-tempered beagle, Hanna, to old age. My heart felt a bit empty without her love. Each morning I’d wake up and sing HU, which is a love song to God. I’d ask my inner guide for help with my grief.