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Talking to Animals/Amen
If you talk to the animals they will talk with you and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them you will not know them, and what you do not know you will fear. What one fears one destroys.
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I’m just beginning to explore this amazing world of native wisdom, Pen. Unfortunately, it’s an oral tradition, so somebody had to write it down or it’s now lost.
too true Monica, I wish understanding would be the first thought in everyone’s mind.xPenx
such a lovely goal, Ian
Excellent quotation Monica, if we develop a rapport with our beautiful wildlife we can learn to live in harmony with them and appreciate their beauty.
Danke sehr und grüsse dich auch, liebe Freundin
Hi Bluebee, I’m trying to view this, so far without success. Tells me I need different software. I will keep trying – thanks for sending this along.
Yes. Saw an incredible documentary last night called ‘Oceans’ which really brings this message home.
Wunderschön wünsche eine gute Woche.Gruß Gislinde
Hi Julie, Thanks so much. I have the feeling that this is a deep well from which I’d like to drink a lot more.
Isn’t that the truth, dear Laz?! Too bad we ran roughshod over native wisdom. We’re still running.
I dig your post,
damn, right on chief Dan George, knew… Monica! my friend
Peace to you, 🙂