By Tammy Attama, Virginia
When our blue and gold macaw parrot Harley joined my family and became a fully participating member, I realized he was helping me gain greater spiritual understanding about myself. My love for him and gratitude for the joy he brought to my life continued to grow.
By Neils-Jul Yrvin, Norway
While driving on a rural road near the town in Norway where I lived at the time, I decided to pass a white car. Ignoring a nudge not to do this, I immediately regretted making the wrong choice.
By Donna Lupinacci, Connecticut and Florida
After our children were grown and my husband Tony and I retired, we brought new furry friends into our lives. We downsized considerably since my husband’s retirement and added travel to our bucket list of things we wanted to do before leaving this world…
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 Harold Klemp
The local paper, the Star Tribune, carried an item about a week and a half ago. It was in a question-and-answer column about animals. It was less a question than a statement. This personwanted to tell something about crow behavior.
By Gai Lawson, Ontario
“Whether or not your philosophy or religion accepts Souls in forms other than the human is unimportant. If you can accept reincarnation and the fact that Soul takes on many different bodies – and some of these Souls are better vehicles for love than some people – you will find much joy and happiness in your own life. You’ll also find a greater understanding of God’s creation.”