Columnist

Linda Anderson, Minnesota

Linda Anderson is the author of the Eckankar book 35 Golden Keys to Who You Are & Why You’re Here. In her professional pursuits Linda has also written a series of books on uplifting connections between animals and humans. She is a New York Times best-selling author and has twice received recognition in the American Society of Journalists and Authors and won their outstanding-book award.

As a member of the ECK clergy, Linda has traveled and spoken in eleven countries. Over the years, Linda and her husband, Allen, have been pet parents to dogs, cats, and birds. They currently have a rescued, twelve-year-old cocker spaniel; a rescued senior cat named Sweetie; and a cockatiel who whistles melodies from Les Miserables and says, “I love you, sweet baby!”

Four Spiritual Tips for Leaf’s Visit to the Vet

By Linda Anderson

Our twelve-year-old dog Leaf is a rescued cocker spaniel who has lingering issues. Abandoned at an animal shelter when he was about a year old, we found him alone and in need of a loving home.

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Animal Teamwork in Our Family

By Linda Anderson

Life is full. I sometimes wonder how I will do all that needs to be done. While in a spurt of feeling overwhelmed, it usually becomes clear that it’s not possible for one person to take care of everything.

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Bringing Home a Senior Cat

By Linda Anderson

If you’ve ever been “owned” by a cat, you may understand why it feels nearly impossible not to have kitty companionship in your life.

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