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"Supreme Master Ching Hai once again offers an example of behavior to which we should all aspire. Supreme Master has rescued the stray dogs she has encountered and rekindled their trust in the human race through her unconditional love and her limitless kindness. How you treat animals determines the direction of this world. If we are to evolve, we must treat voiceless, helpless animals with dignity, love and kindness. Oh, if only we could have a million Supreme Masters to rescue and love all the dogs that abound! Instead, we can only hope that people around the world listen to Supreme Master's wisdom and advice.


--Jane Velez-Mitchell, Vegan Emmy-winning news journalist

Actually, whilst reading the book I felt as though my world had gotten larger because I began to understand more deeply that all of God's animals have different personalities and feelings...And I began to think how different the world would be if we could all talk to the animals so clearly, for a start, I think everyone would be vegetarian.


--Teacher in India

When I was a child, my very best friend was my dog, Tex. Other people saw Tex as scruffy and old. But, to me, he was the most beautiful being that ever walked the face of the earth. With his luminous brown eyes, he told me every day that he loved me more than anything else in the world. In Supreme Master Ching Hai's books, The Dogs in My Life (1 and 2), I saw, in the eyes of Her dogs, the same look of unconditional love. As I turned the pages, I was moved to tears. Anyone who has loved a dog would love these books!


--Jean Campbell, MBA, Ottawa, Canada