by Contributor | Nov 15, 2021 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Birds, Contributors |
Have you ever wondered if people and animals can communicate with each other?
Will Goodwin’s story about his six-year-old daughter, Alexa, and an injured snowy egret illustrates Soul-to-Soul connections between people and animals do happen.
by Harold Klemp | Jul 22, 2021 | Animals and Miracles, Animals Teach Love, Birds, Contributors, Featured Columnist |
By Sri Harold Klemp
“Eppie” and her adult son hadn’t seen eye-to-eye since his youth. But after years of ECK study, Eppie realized that it was her anger and her temper that had caused this rift between her son and herself. There was more, but her anger played a big role.
by Harold Klemp | Sep 24, 2019 | Animals Teach Love, Birds, Cats, Featured Columnist, Service and Animals |
By Harold Klemp
Wilton, a retired man from Auckland, New Zealand, reported the case of Tiddles, his cat, saving a bird. The story runs like this:
by Harold Klemp | Aug 27, 2019 | Animals Teach Love, Birds, Farm Animals, Featured Columnist |
By Harold Klemp
A farmer had a runt chick. It was always behind the other chickens. As the others grew big and strong, this little runty chicken fell to the bottom of the pecking order.
by Kristy Walker | May 7, 2019 | Animals in Nature, Birds, Kristy Walker, Service and Animals |
By Kristy Walker, Minnesota
Being a wildlife-and-nature photographer requires patience, perseverance, curiosity, wonder, discipline, and most of all, love. What else but love could motivate me to be outdoors in sub-freezing temperatures for the chance to catch a breathtaking photo?