Angel Animals: Divine Messengers of Miracles
The animals who hold a cherished place in our hearts and homes offer inspiring lessons of patience, trust, compassion, healing, and love. The extraordinary true stories in this revised and updated edition of Angel Animals celebrate the spiritual truths we learn from animals, and remind us that miracles do happen. These surprising, heartwarming stories — about dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, raccoons, bears, birds, dolphins, deer, insects, and more — help us rise to life's challenges, find comfort in the face of loss, witness the hand of the Divine, and recognize the interconnectedness of all living things.
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I received this book as a gift and in turn bought several for friends as gifts! This is an awesome book! Animal lovers will be buzzing about this for a long time! Read full review
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Page 19 - The director showed the students graphic pictures of animal abuse and neglect that touched even the young males, who had done time in prison and were proud of it.
Page 19 - The director's visits and their growing concern for the animals opened a small window for my kids to face the pain and shame they'd endured as survivors of abuse. Some students even did artwork for the shelter and wrote poems trying to express the animals' inner feelings and yearning for loving families.