by Contributor | Sep 5, 2022 | Animals in Nature, Birds, Contributors |
By Sibylle Saunders, Vermont
My husband Tom and I went hiking on a beautiful Vermont fall day. We made the decision to hike to a nearby pond where we heard a number of birds. We didn’t recognize one of the bird sounds from across the pond. The bird got closer and closer. Was it a cardinal? A warbler?
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 Linda Anderson | Oct 9, 2018 | Birds, Cats, Dogs, Linda Anderson, Pets in Family Life |
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.