Animal Writes
28 January 2001 Issue
Guidepost Magazine Recommendation

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Just got the latest issue of Guideposts Magazine with feature cover story on Jane Goodall, also stating they are starting a "New Series, Animals and Healing: Arnie's Mission". As I said, I just got the magazine from my Grandmother and have not yet read it, but it looks GREAT!


Page 20, "I carry hope with me. The renowned primatologist and conservationist shares what inspires her in her work and in her life."

Page 32 "Animals and Healing, A New Guideposts Series. Arnie's Mission. The first story in our new series on animals that bring unforgettable healing to our lives."

Guideposts Magazine
"True Stories of Hope and Inspiration"
16 East 34th Street
New York NY 10016
Edward Grinnan, Editor-In-Chief 

Founders: Ruth Stafford Peale & Norman Vincent Peale

"Guideposts is a monthly inspirational, interfaith, nonprofit magazine written by people from all walks of life. Its articles help guide readers in achieving their maximum personal and spiritual potential."

The editors note on page 7, called "Our Unique Bond" written by Edward Grinnan, talks about how his Labrador retriever can read his mind and about Jane Goodall and Arnie as well. In the Goodall story, they give website links and phone numbers for the Jane Goodall Institute, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and Orangutan Foundation International. And again, on Page 65, in the magazines' Family Room section, they mention Goodall and Arnie and how people can help.

They need to be swamped with lots of letters (especially snail mail) to encourage them to keep doing this. The religious community has been absent for years on animal issues. Maybe this mainstream magazine can help awaken that giant?

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