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Prayer Circle for Animals Weekly Update from Judy Carman
April 25, 2016

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:


Greetings of love and gratitude from Judy Carman

Inky the Octopus joins an elite group of escapees.  In a recent Washington Post article https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/animalia/wp/2016/04/13/octopus-slips-out-of-aquarium-tank-crawls-across-floor-escapes-down-pipe-to-ocean/  his escape was made public.  Inky was able to squeeze through a gap in the top of his prison at the New Zealand National Aquarium and return to the Pacific.  When the keepers arrived in the morning to find him gone, they were able to trace his suction cup tracks straight to a 6 inch drain that lead directly to the ocean.  Sadly, his cell mate remained behind and now lives alone.  Let’s hope and pray that he or she can follow Inky’s example and escape as well.  Other animals have escaped from zoos, factory farms, transport trucks, and other human-made prisons.  These heroic escapees speak for all the others.  They show humanity that all animals want and deserve freedom from human oppression.  They help us as well, because we can point to their escapes to help people understand how they long for freedom.
May Inky’s bold spirit bless all animals and awaken all people.  Inky has become famous around the world for his escape, and people are responding with admiration, just as they responded with horror when Cecil the Lion was killed.  This week let us know deep in our hearts that nearly all people can empathize with animals.  While they may eat them and go to zoos for entertainment, somewhere inside their hearts they do know the truth.  When an individual animal like Inky escapes, they feel that longing for freedom that Inky felt and they are happy for him.  This week in our quiet moments of prayer and focused thought, let us send courage to animals everywhere to not lose hope and to try to find ways to escape and thereby tell their own personal stories.  And let us also send courage to all people, that they might expand their love for Inky and Cecil and other animals who have won their hearts.  Let us see them expanding that tender love, empathy, and compassion out beyond the few to all animals everywhere. Let us see them finally understanding that together we have the power to release our animal brothers and sisters to the lives of freedom that they so desperately desire.  We will see more miracles.  Our spirits greet the spirits of all people and all beings and know the truth.
As always, with tears of gratitude, I send my thanks to each of you, dear Prayer Circle members, for joining this circle of compassion and shining the Light of Truth for all to see, so that one day soon, all beings will live in peace together.

May compassion and love reign over all the earth for all beings everywhere. 
Thank you all for your devotion to truth, love, liberation and peace for all beings.
With Love, peace, and gratitude from Judy Carman, and greetings from Will, Madeleine, Tara and the Circle of Compassion team

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May this music of liberation and respect for all life bring us closer than
we’ve ever been to a world of peace for all beings everywhere.
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.

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