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Getting to know the wonder of nature and learning to talk with with it. This warm, fun, sweet story is a must for anyone, young and old, in love with nature
Being able to be still, and listen. What a gift. Most of what we know we know without words. Listen to this easy audio story on how to do it.
We all have problems at times with our cats not using their litter boxes or scratching where they shouldn’t, like on our brand new couch. Dr. Rachel Geller is a master animal behaviorist with helpful tips. Listen to her warm and caring audio n the subject.
“Animals have souls the Dalai Lama would envy.” - Andrew Harvey It's been months now since our very brave and beautiful black cat, Kyro, past over. He is physically gone from our lives. I thought for sure that by now the heartbreak, pain and emptiness would lessen....
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We are taught that “putting aside childish things” is the essence of maturity. What a sad loss, because it is our ‘child eyes and ears’ that perceive the abundant miracles around us every day, an instant infusion of joy just for the sensing. If you permit yourself to...
When we, a friend or family member, give a “stuffed” bear or panda or kitty or lion to a child, what are we thinking?
Somewhere in our emotional selves, there’s a “sense” of the child and the “animal” bonding, keeping each other company.
Perhaps we know they’ll have some great conversations.
Somehow we believe having Doggie or Tigger to hug, talk to and play with keeps loneliness away.
Is there a qualitative difference between human life and other life? And does it matter?
I know Aleppo, Syria. It’s called “Halib” in Arabic, the root word, I believe, for milk.
I don’t know why exactly. Perhaps it expresses deep feelings of love for Aleppo as the “nourishment,” the “cream city” of cities.