Why I stopped eating animals and embraced more kindness — THE SOMETHING GUY (Reblog)
I have been meat-free for seven years, since the end of December 2013. The journey has been a ridiculously amazing one filled with lots of eye-opening moments, and some that were not the easiest to get through. Giving up consuming the flesh of animals was something that I never thought I would have done, yet […]Why I stopped eating animals and embraced more kindness — THE SOMETHING GUY
Critter Close Ups~ — (Reblog)
Curious Vervet Kruger National Park. South African zebra Poses for her portrait. Happy ostrich is ready for a close up, while artfully made up Ms. Giraffe puts on the glam. Barbary Ape in Gibraltar looks ready for a serious conservation. Magellanic penguin stares me down in Ushuaia, Argentina. California Channel Island Fox poses quite smartly, […]Critter Close Ups~ —
Elephants Facing East — Meditations in Motion (Reblog)
Photo by Harvey Sapir on Pexels.com My mother was a superstitious person. She clapped for luck when she saw white horses, threw a pinch of spilled salt over her shoulder to prevent catastrophe, and had a collection of carved elephants forever facing East. Several years ago, while visiting my son and daughter-in-law, who shared my […]Elephants Facing East — Meditations in Motion
Animals and Injustice: Exploring The Motif of the Faithful Hound — Under the influence! (Reblog)
In this work we will briefly discuss human relationships with animals followed by a look at the main structure of the tale tale type of The Faithful Hound. Three examples of such tales from different countries will be retold before concluding with a few reflections that may offer a deeper insight into the story.Animals and Injustice: Exploring The Motif of the Faithful Hound — Under the influence!