I personally find that nowadays it’s much more interesting and rewarding to talk to horses than to human beings.
I mean, horses don’t pretend are totally frank and everything that they say comes out of the horse’s mouth.
And as my friend blogger Sonata from Australia added after I posted it.
* They Listen to what you are saying
* They do not criticise
* And when you say ‘You see what i mean’
they sort of nod their head as if saying Yes
i could not agree more, they can give back more than
any other mere human being can do…
You can’t have a better interaction.
How can people chop and eat carrots after witnessing touching scenes like this?
They must have hearts of stone…
“The service in this restaurant is terrible.
Me and my friends have been waiting for more than half an hour for our dog food special.
We should have known better.
The place is run by cats. That alone says it all.
Avoid it like the pest if you can.”
First things first.
This to me seems the first positive step that we all should focus on if we seriously want to improve the state of the world.
Bananas have never struck me of being altruistic.
Whenever I buy a bunch of bananas and I try to eat one straight away it starts to accuse the others of all sins under the sun in order to save its skin, or rather its pulp.
“Don’t eat me please! “It cries, “I’m the well behaved one of this bunch, all the others are baddies. Eat them instead. They deserve to be eaten,.”
Its not only bananas that behave in such a selfish way. Cherries and figs for instance have the same trait but with a higher degree of selfishness.
And so do blueberries, plums and persimmons. The sweeter they are the worse they are.
In the end I get so fed up with their total disregard for their own kin that when I buy them I end up by eating them all.
Have you, dear bloggers, by any chance noticed the same egotistic behaviour with some fruits? And if so which one are they?
Isn’t it amazing how some words totally change their original meaning with time?
“Laugh and the horse will laugh with you.”
I meant: “Laugh and the world will laugh with you.”