Wilds

Fragile

Real wild animals in the wild (not edited wildlife shows on TV) spend all of their time, day and night, awake and at sleep, with their entire beings seeking the most basic needs.

Food. Water. Safety from predators. This is their life daily.

Humans do themselves a disservice, being so separated and insulated from the real world, that they don’t remember that for all other creatures (and sadly, some humans), this is the fragile thread of life.

-Chuy

About Pazlo

Armchair Zen Master, poet, father, husband, fisherman, grandfather, brother, naturalist, son, birdwatcher, uncle, collector of old things, dog person, human.
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