Letting Love Guide Us: Our Connection with all Beings

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We are deeply connected to some animals and compassion and kinship guides those relationships. But modern systems have broken our connection with other animals. Here, we consider how we can reawaken our connection and widen our circle of compassion. 

The Rev. Mary Margaret Earl is a longtime Unitarian Universalist minister whose ministry has focused on social justice. Originally from upstate New York near Binghamton, she now lives in Rhode Island. A graduate of Boston University School of Theology, she served for a decade in the homeless community in Providence Rhode Island and currently serves a faith-based organization in Boston, MA. committed to racial justice work. She also is a longtime vegan and received the 2021 Courage of Conscience Award from the Peace Abbey in Sherborn Mass for her work for nonhuman animals. She serves on the board of Rhode Island Vegan Awareness.