ANIMALS AND COMPASSION
Bringing the Voice of Our Many Faiths to Animals
Compassion lies at the heart of all faith traditions. Many people have their earliest experiences of compassion as children interacting with animals.
In a world where kindness is often lacking, it’s imperative that we speak out on behalf of kindness toward animals especially when there is a growing body of evidence that animals have a far greater depth of feelings, cognitions and complex social bonding than most humans have realized. Animals are not objects – they are living, breathing, feeling beings and an integral part of the Creation
The Guibord Center brings the voice of faith to the discussion of animals and their treatment and hopefully will help to expand the conversation.
Partnership with Animal Defenders International
Making “Animals and Compassion” Behind the Scenes
From concept to completion, this project quickly became one of the most complex undertakings to date for The Guibord Center.
How Different Faiths See Animals and
Our Relationship with Them
Much of the justification for how humans see and treat animals comes from our beliefs about what our faiths teach us. What is our role in the lives of animals? What’s their place in our lives?