Publishing and Media

Peace to All Beings

Veggie Soup for the Chicken's Soul

  •    18.00 paperback
  •    8.99 eBook
  •    310 pages
  •    5.25 x 7
  •    Paperback, eBook
  • Paperback ISBN  978-1-59056-005-1
  • eBook ISBN  978-1-59056-472-1
  • Publisher: Lantern Publishing & Media
  • Publication Date: August 2003

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.

“A source of inspiration to everyone who is looking for words of faith and hope in the face of overwhelming animal suffering.”—Karen Davis, author, More than a Meal, founder, United Poultry Concerns

“[Peace to All Beings] communicates a deep understanding of the need to include animal beings in the human effort to bring about a compassionate and peaceful world . . . an invaluable guide.”—J.R. Hyland, author, God’s Covenant with Animals

“A valuable resource for those seeking to expand the circle of compassion to include all of our animal friends through spiritual meditation, prayer, and visualization.”—Elliot M. Katz, DVM, President, In Defense of Animals

“A commendable workbook brimming with insights from visionaries such as Gandhi, Yogananda, Jane Goodall, and St. Francis of Assisi. Peace to All Beings is a synthesis of love, compassion, and reverence for all beings. A book too important not to read.”—Edward Lee Amerson, author, Sing with Wolves and On Silent Wings

Peace to All Beings is a book so full of inspiration and information that it could lead us toward our destiny of becoming Homo ahimsa—compassionate man.”—Louann Stahl, author, A Most Surprising Song

“When Judy Carman asks us in Peace to All Beings to protect the lives of all living creatures, is she asking us to join in her impossible dream? Judging from the increasing number of people working to stop the abuse and killing of animals, such requests are not falling on deaf ears. I pray that Peace to All Beings will reach the hearts and souls of many, many readers.”—Bill Schul, Ph.D., Psychologist and author, Animal Immortality

“This devotional book by a former therapist and animal rights activist inspires the reader to stay his/her violent course towards animal compassion and reverence. It provides a source of inspiration and words of faith and hope in the face of overwhelming animal suffering. Famous people share their vision of a world of humans and animals in total harmony with each other and nature including Jesus, Gandhi, Thomas Edison, Albert Schweitzer, John Denver, Albert Einstein and Mother Teresa, just to name a few. This gentle and uplifting book fills the reader with hope. I can tell you that this author not only talks about peace she radiates it. All you have to do is open this wonderful book and let it in.”—Norm Phelps

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