By Shakti Thompson 

“What can we do?” is what Terry thought the other day as the bear came around once again and played with the floater in the water trough.   

The bear is really a pain in the butt. I am surprised Terry has not given him a name to call him on his bad behavior. It is just their nature to play around and make a big mess. Terry is probably taking the toy away now and just filling the trough by hand. 

We still have fun looking at all the pictures from the game cam by the watering stations at our water tanks. These days and nights a lot of deer come, sometimes the bob cat, different birds and very oftenthe fox. The fox must be living near by. I always like his bushy tail. The skunk has not shown up for a while but I think I know why that is. He has been sleeping under my bedroom and hewent off the other night! Oh, my goodness, it is so unbelievable strong! Nothing more to say after that.

We all are sending out our deep love and appreciation to all the fire fighters this summer. We also pray for all the families that have lost their homes or got injured. May everybody involved be safe and also the animals. Blessings to all.









Shakti Thompson 

began her stud­ies with Sri Kalesh­war in 2000 and served full- time at his ashram in Penukonda, India for many years. Fol­low­ing Sri Kaleshwar’s instruc­tions, she moved to the US to help man­age the Divine Lin­eage Heal­ing Cen­ter in Lay­tonville, CA and has been help­ing take care of the Cen­ter ever since. One of Kirsten’s many dharmic works is over­see­ing the Center’s char­i­ta­ble out­reach pro­grams in Men­do­cino County which pro­vide essen­tials for those in need within one of the poor­est coun­ties in Cal­i­for­nia.




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  1. Taking care of the land and all around you is such a blessing, from the deer, bear and skunks to the human families in your community, you are a big angel to them.

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