Nature's way's

As I opened my eyes from a deep sleep, my voice sounded the words as a Universal Truth etched it’s concept into my mind.

It was an instant connection to that night’s dream wherein I am shown a real situation.

In this ‘reality’ a human spirit is placed inside the body of a primate.
I am requested to communicate with this human Spirit inside the body of the Primate. There is no reaction, as the Primate cannot understand my human language – as it has its own!

The words that are linked to this dream were: They can only articulate and assimilate to their form and structure (thus only their unique environment).

It took me many years of pondering to unfold the profoundness of this simple statement.

Nature showed me through different means that the Animal Kingdom speak their own language, relate to their environment and lives just as surely as we do.

A fountain of knowledge was opened from those words, as I have expanded them again and again.

Nature has shown me that animals do suffer emotional pain at a loss. I have watched and cried at the death struggle of a bee. A tiny little creature with an enormous desire to live… I have watched in awe as a group of Zebra pacify a Wildebeest after it narrowly escaped the claws of the Lioness. I have experienced the gratitude of a bird who’s nail got caught into the side of his beak – unable to escape the agonising pain!

In one of the most moving moments ever in nature, I witnessed how a baby bird that had fallen from the nest was first instructed by its parents to become motionless in the face of a snake waiting for that fatal movement. Two birds of a different species were in assistance drawing the snake’s attention to their fluttering wings. Later, when the danger had slithered away, these parents guided their tiny little bird in gentle calls, chirps and sounds across a distance that would measure several miles for a human. This tiny little bird obediently hopped along. I merely watched and silently walked behind – just in case. The parents grateful for the protection.

Again, another species intervenes and saves where the parents could not.
Here is another example of “Mother Nature’s reaction”…
News 24 Hippo saves wildebeest, zebra babies

and then…

Who can forget the story of the barren Lioness that adopted an Oryx?

We have much to learn and to give credit to our fellow creatures on this planet.

They are our teachers of Nature’s Ways…

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