Category Archives: Animal Rights & Protection

Expand Capacities to Increase Freedom

Einstein inspires these thoughts and actions about “widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures”: In addition to doing daily activities and tasks, we can grow more by intentionally planning and preparing for expanding our capacities. How would … Continue reading

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Heather disproves a myth about Horses

When I met Heather Patrick, she could not speak, limped with a brace on one leg, had use of only one arm, weighed about 80 pounds, and ate through a tube. She was past 40 years of age. Yet, she … Continue reading

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Know When and How to be a “Sheep Dog”

People tend to be born–and many continue–to live with the mindset of sheep. They need to be fed and protected or they may die. Sometimes, it’s fine to be sheep–eating, sleeping, being part of a herd. Sometimes, we need to … Continue reading

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Cecil, the Lion: will you hear my cry for the animals?

An American lured a lion in Africa away from safety in a sanctuary, injured, later killed, and beheaded him for a trophy and entertainment. The public outrage has been swift and massive, though it could fade—again. Now what? Do we … Continue reading

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New Animal News Website published the story of Star's Journey to Sweet Home Alabama

http://www.alanimals.com/wp/5000-miles-to-bring-my-horse-to-sweet-home-alabama-2/

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