Peace to All Beings: Veggie Soup for the Chicken's Soul

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Lantern Books, 2003 - Cooking - 320 pages
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This visionary book of hope for a world at peace is also an excellent reference for animal activists who wish to explore the interconnectedness of animal rights, ecology, world peace and social justice. Peace to All Beings shows how animal rights and liberation are an essential part of any movement that is working to make the world a better place. It is a valuable aid for anyone seeking to live in harmony with the values of compassion, nonviolence and reverence for all life.
 

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Peace to All Beings: Veggie Soup for the Chicken's Soul

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This devotional work by a former therapist and animal rights activist aims to inspire pantheists ("everything is God and God is everything") to stay their nonviolent course toward animals and the ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
25
Chapter Three
63
Chapter Four
76
Chapter Five
96
Chapter
134
Chapter Seven
145
The Prayers
159
Chapter Eight
165
The Vision of a Peaceable Kingdom
188
The Dog and Cat Nations
203
The Nations of the Waters
218
Chapter
231
If You Are at an Amusement Park
234
Institutions of Animal Cruelty
248
Works Cited
263
Copyright

Personal Affirmation of Empowerment
178

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Judy Carman is a former therapist and program director for mental health clinics, and a dedicated activist for animal rights, environmental protection, justice and peace. She is the author of Born to Be Blessed: Seven Keys to Joyful Living, founder of the Circle of Compassion initiative, co-founder of Animal Outreach of Kansas and co-coordinator of the Prayer Circle for the Animals.

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