By Mike White <email@example.com>
July 18, 2005
Forward courtesy of Doug Cope <drduzzstuff888@yahoo>
Subject: [Ancient-Mysteries] creatures
I learned important things from watching dogs and other creatures.
I saw them dream, moving legs in their sleep. They feel happy or sad; they
feel joy or pain. They are a very high order of creation.
From personal experience, I keep adding to the number of species
who demonstrate very human characteristics: Gorilla protecting an injured
child. The founders of Rome suckled by a wolf.
I have proven to my own satisfaction that animals use telepathy.
I sent thought instructions, and a deer in the forest followed them perfectly
(and not doing ordinary things that are part of its nature).
I saw such goodness and compassion in an elephant, that I risk repeating
myself on this post, but it was an important observation:
A line of huge African elephants were making a line of march
in single file. A small turtle was slowing making his way, on a path about
to cross that of the elephants. When the turtle was in the most danger of
being crushed, a female elephant, stopped or slowed, took her right foot,
and carefully slid the turtle in the direction it wanted to go for safety.
She was not only protecting it from herself, but all those behind who may
not have noticed the little creature. It moved me.
So, be kind and thoughtful to other creatures, and learn from
this wise and good elephant.
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