Reverence and awe for creation

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“All animals, all beings, deserve respectful consideration simply for the fact that they exist. Whether animals think and feel, and what they know, is irrelevant. Reverence and awe for creation should guide human actions, along with a humble acknowledgment that humans have limited knowledge about the mysteries of our own existence.”

— Marc Bekoff, The Animal Manifesto

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Reverence and awe for creation: A beautiful and important sentiment.

Happy weekend, everyone! Pyrrha is opening up more and more each day. She has actually started to PLAY, which is so heartwarming that I can’t even talk about it without wanting to tear up a little. But more on that later. Take care!

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4 thoughts on “Reverence and awe for creation

  1. Happy weekend to you! You always find the most amazing photos. I think I’ve pinned your whole blog on my pinterest account. 😛 It doesn’t hurt that Pyrrha is also gorgeous.

    Congratulations on all your success with her in such a short time. Reading your entries makes me wish I had started blogging about Shiva from day one, so I’d remember all the little early details.

  2. I’ve followed your blog for some time now, and was so delighted when you posted that you had adopted Pyrrha. I understand the kind of happiness that moves one to tears, like when she started to play, and also the worries that accompany leaving them for weekends or even moments…what a wonderful journey it will be! Heartfelt congratulations!

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