You ain't heavy, you my brother

Animals provide me with incredible moments.  Yet, I remain a worrier.  Am I doing my best.  Am I inspring others to do their best around me.  Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by heavy attitudes around me.  I feel sure that people wish to provide their 100% for the planet and for the animals, and yet I note that there is ego in the world - mine and theirs, and the despair this provides is disheartening.  Please put it down.  Look with clarity at what needs doing and stop worrying about the fact that the world is not fair - because it is not fair!!!  So what. 

I have another blog -  The reason for this is so that i continuously remind myself of what I am grateful for.  There is so much.  The sunrise this morning.  The mist in the valley as I left home.  The warm dog tucket in next to me when I woke up. The animals that chirped in delight when I wondered past them at work.  The cats sunning themselves in teh driveway.  There are a few things that may need to become law - one is that we all continuously look at how much wonder and magic there is around us and say thank you.  Imagine if our law givers made things like this law.  Then our planet would most definitely have a chance.

Thank God I am surrounded by amazing animals.  Because they do inspire me - inspite of dispirited attitude around me.  They definitely are not heavy.  More like the air that enables me to live.


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