Tag Archive: compassionate living

The climb up hill….

To reach my fundraising goal!  Hi friends!  I am participating in the Farm Sanctuary “Walk For Farm Animals” this year, and I am really excited about it.   Every year millions of farm… Continue reading

How NOT to save the world!

I ran across this advertisement for the Rainforest Alliance, which is brilliant, in my humble opinion.  It’s got creativity, humor, and an important message.  Not only that, but I think many people can… Continue reading

Do You See In Red?

Well, that infamous day has arrived.  Valentines Day.  For some, they are blinded by the darker shades of grey, and blind to red on this particular day.  I use to be too.  In… Continue reading

com·pas·sion | kəmˈpaSHən | Noun

Why did getting sober lead me to a more honest, compassionate life? com·pas·sion kəmˈpaSHən noun sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. “the victims should be treated with compassion”… Continue reading

Sunday Funday Foto(s)

Photo sharing day!    

So Fulla Gayness!

I ran across this brilliant homoerotic commercial that originates in Canada and fires back at Russia’s ban on gay propaganda.  It made me smile.  Thanks Canada, for fighting back and in such a… Continue reading

Tux Is At It Again

Tux is just too cute.  Our newest little rescue!  She sleeps in the cutest positions! And she sure has made herself at home here. My girlfriend and I have a really happy family… Continue reading

Little Rico In His Winter Fashion!

Winter is cold in New York, and getting the little ones out for their walks can be a challenge.  But once dressed, they look so darn adorable I can hardly stand it!  Look… Continue reading

The Pigeons Are Hungry~

It is winter, as we all know.  And on the East Coast, there is no way of forgetting winter is present.  It is bitter cold.  Today it is 25 degrees and snowing.  Yesterday… Continue reading

Who Says Cats and Dogs Can’t Be Pals?

My girlfriend and I have a new member of the family.  Her name is Tux…well at least that is her temporary name.  It may change.  The process of choosing an appropriate name has… Continue reading