by Contributor | Feb 3, 2020 | Animals Teach Love, Contributors, Dogs, Service and Animals |
By Angela Towler, United Kingdom
I live in the United Kingdom and had traveled to London with my husband for a day. I don’t go there very often but occasionally like to visit the art galleries. After a good day out, it soon was time for our train journey home via the underground train to Paddington Station in London.
by Contributor | Jan 20, 2020 | Contributors, Dreams with Animals, Farm Animals, Service and Animals |
By Jenny Page Jai, Minnesota
Bella, a lamb, was born on a cold March day in Minnesota. While her twin brother was large and robust, Bella was small and frail. The next morning, mother and son were doing well, but Bella was weak and cold. I carried her into the house, wrapped a blanket around her, then held her in my arms while telling her I loved her and that God loved her too.
by Contributor | Dec 10, 2019 | Animals Teach Love, Contributors, Dogs, Service and Animals |
By Geetha Murthy, India
Animals Are Soul Too!, by Sri Harold Klemp, slowly opened a new outlook toward animals and completely changed my views. I do not have a pet dog or cat, but the stories in this book amazed me by showing how animals react and behave.
by Harold Klemp | Nov 21, 2019 | Animals and Miracles, Dogs, Featured Columnist, Service and Animals |
By Harold Klemp
A young African woman was going to school with a friend’s family. As they were driving along, suddenly, in the middle of the road, they saw a dog. It was just sitting in the middle of the road; it wouldn’t move.
by Contributor | Oct 22, 2019 | Animals and Miracles, Animals in Nature, Birds, Service and Animals |
By Johanna Kothbauer, Germany
I have always been skeptical of miracles. As a doctor in Munich, Germany, my miracles are to discover exactly how the eyes work and can be healed, for instance, or how they interact with the brain.
But once during a long journey to the other side of the world, a different sort of miracle occurred.
by Harold Klemp | Oct 15, 2019 | Animals Teach Love, Featured Columnist, Poems and Contemplations, Service and Animals |
By Harold Klemp
This is the story of “Alita.” She’s the mom of Minnou, a cat she’s owned for ten years. I have to say, the only name that I haven’t changed in these stories is Minnou’s. I don’t think she’ll mind.
During the ten years that Minnou has lived in Alita’s home, the Spiritual Exercises of ECK have become very important for Minnou. This is the HU session with the Mahanta, the Inner Master.