by Gai Lawson | Aug 1, 2022 | Animals in Nature, Columnists, Gai Lawson |
Gai Lawson, British Columbia, Canada
As a student of Eckankar, I have an understanding of how the Mahanta, my spiritual guide, often shelters me under his “umbrella” of divine love, and offers me respite from the sometimes frantic world around me. This divine love supported me as we relocated last year.
by Contributor | Oct 18, 2021 | Animals Teach Love, Dogs, Pets in Family Life, Uncategorized |
By Judith D’Amico, Sydney, Australia
Twenty-five years ago I was living in Libya. In response to some painful experiences during the seven years before, I had closed my heart and hardened myself to love.
by Contributor | Nov 2, 2020 | Animals in Nature, Birds, Contributors, Service and Animals |
By Heidi Skarie, Minnesota
One summer morning, I left my house to run some errands. As I drove down Minnetonka Boulevard in a suburb of Minneapolis, I saw a mallard hen in the median strip of the highway. It looked as if she’d been hit by a car but was still alive and flapping her wings. I decided to try to help her.
by Harold Klemp | Jun 1, 2020 | All Kinds of Creatures, Animals in Nature, Featured Columnist |
By Sri Harold Klemp
An agnostic joined Eckankar. He stayed an agnostic for a long time, but he developed a great respect for life.