OCTOBER 6, 2020 World Wildlife Week
NONE PREACHES BETTER THAN THE ANT
All ants weigh more than humans in the world. Ants serve one another. Ants prepare ahead of time. Ants are driven by purpose. Ants work in teams. Ants think big (surprise! They may be small but their colonies and contribution to the environment are huge and non-destructive).
Little creatures to big ones in Mother Nature, can teach us a great deal about discipline, community and respect for the environment.
Humans are animal species as well. In creating a civil society, we have disconnected more than necessary from our wild kin.
Our disconnect is causing a “forced homelessness” in the world – forced migration of animals, birds, insects, and people! Forced Climate Crises. Forced Food Insecurity.
Let’s pay greater heed to how animals balance their work (as in the ant) and individual lives without being destructive of Mother Nature.
From beasts we scorn as soulless , in forest, field and den, the cry goes up to witness, the soullessness of men.– M. Frida Hartley
OLIVE RIDLEY SEA TURTLE HATCHLINGS IN THE THOUSANDS
Olive ridleys can teach us about the ocean, tides when conservation requires more females to take birth, wherein the sea fisher people can get the best fish and more.
LARK BIRD RESCUE
Larks are joyful birds. They sing melodiously even when they fly. Larks are also great mimics of other birds’ songs. This means they learn about other species. We can take a cue from this?! This tunefulness is the reason that larks are messengers in religion and mythology.
CHICKEN RESCUE WITH ANIMAL ANGELS 2016
Chickens are extremely sensitive to pain and are very intelligent birds. They can teach us a lot!
GOAT RESCUE WITH ANIMAL ANGELS 2017
Goats can teach us a lot about being healthy and living in harmony with the community.