Our prayers for all animals continue to circle the earth, to
uplift humanity's consciousness, and to bless the animals themselves.
Thank you for joining people around the world who are praying this
prayer in many different languages but all with the same love:
"COMPASSION ENCIRCLES THE EARTH FOR ALL BEINGS EVERYWHERE"
We recently honored Martin Luther King, Jr., for all the great work he did toward bringing an end to racism. He lived what he taught and believed.
He confronted the evil of racism with, in his words, "the power of love."
As animal liberationists, we confront the evil of speciesism with the power of love. We all know that racism is still with us, but it has diminished significantly because of the courage of those who could see and speak the truth.
The fact that racism has diminished is a beacon of hope for us. In the same way, we are seeing speciesism begin to be understood by people and the number of people transforming their lives to vegan nonviolence increasing.
Just as MLK taught that we must be nonviolent and compassionate to all people, we are taking the next big step in human consciousness evolution and expanding the circle of nonviolence and compassion to include all beings.
On another note, our campaign to free the Topeka Zoo elephants is still on.
We have erected two billboards in Topeka, KS, and they are causing quite a stir.
Please pray for Tembo and Sunda that they will finally be set free to The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee
There is a lot of information on www.elephantfreedom.com
, including a "how to help" page. Tembo and Sunda need your prayers, and I believe they will be able to feel your love surrounding them.
May all beings be happy and free.
With Love and peace from Judy & Will
Please visit the website www.circleofcompassion.org often to see updates and special prayers,
and also to join in our "A prayer a day for animals" which features a prayer for a different group of animals each day of the week.
It is also a place to send ideas or prayer requests.
Please forward this widely so that we may continue to add more people to our ever-expanding circle of compassion.