Simple “Yo Gabba Gabba!” wisdom for everybody.
I love when a simple message like this is delivered to the youngest in the house. Even though I’m not one of them per se I enjoy a good dose of animal-human love!
From my dog, I have learned from truly be present, enjoy the little things in life—like let myself be covered in sun light instead of despise it—even the walks with her has taught me to not be afraid of new paths and just explore them. Sharp my senses and keep going.
So I say, let’s be respectful of all species and open to the teachings they have for us. And of course, let’s be good to them!
Now, off I go to share some good quality time with my doggy friend!
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Ed: Cat Beekmans
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