Tag Archives: Lessons

Breathe

People have such a penchant for  Control, smothering everything with their Insistence. Let it breathe. -Chuy

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Brainiac

  Human brain can get lost in its own voluminous, excessive size. When a dog barks and you yell “Stop barking! Quiet!”, dog hears “Yeah! Let’s bark! Let’s bark together!”, and dog barks more. Don’t let your brain do your … Continue reading

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Ambassador

Perhaps there should be Nobel Prizes for non-humans. In the park, people walking dogs are met with smiles, greetings, “Hello”s in soft, charming tones. People meeting people without dogs are silent, averting their gaze, heads down, staring blankly forward. If … Continue reading

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Tempo

I curse myself for Racing through this Walk of Life. Slow down. Stop. Look.   -Paz

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History

A mean dog has a reason to be so. – Chuy

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Impulse

It would be good to understand that biting the back of a porcupine gains you nothing, and you suffer much. – Chuy

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Welcome to Chow Dog Zen

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