By Norman Lee, Montana
All my horses are rescued. We jokingly call them the geriatric herd because they range in age from twenty-three to twenty-nine years old. Currently we have an Arabian-Belgian, two black-and-white Paint horses, and a part-Morgan horse.
By Gai Lawson, Ontario, Canada
From the time I began to study the teachings of Eckankar as a young adult, I was aware of inner spiritual guides known as ECK Masters. These wise beings protected and guided me, providing loving assistance in sometimes surprising ways. Little did I know that the ECK Masters could also guide cows.
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.
by Harold Klemp
This story is about “Carol.” She lives in cattle country, in a small town near San Angelo, Texas.
One morning Carol went outside. Her neighbor was outside too, and on his lawn were three bulls. One was a huge longhorn, and the other two were little black bulls.
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…