Tag Archives: Philosophy

Naturally

Many of the laws of Dog Nature can be applied to or interpreted for humans. Many of the laws of Human Nature could never exist in a dog. Thankfully.   -Chuy

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Boundless

    We must always be bound somewhere. Bound for adventure or bound for glory. In the great wide world, Your own back yard, Your mind and spirit. We must always be bound for somewhere, Otherwise, we are simply Bound. … Continue reading

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Whole

    It’s better to see all of one side Than to  Half-see Half of each. Chuy

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Measure

  If you bite off more than you can chew, sometimes if you shake the daylights out of it you can break it into smaller pieces. (You may use alternate methods) Or you can just keep chewing at it until … Continue reading

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Criteria

Dogs don’t care if you’re Rich or poor, Black, white, yellow, red, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Buddhist, Young or old, Straight or gay. There is but a single Criteria: Are you kind?   Chuy

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Watchful

Don’t turn your  Back on a  Possum just because You think It’s dead. –Chuy

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Soaring

Watch a Turkey Vulture soar. He climbs higher and higher without a single wingbeat. Borne aloft on currents created by the warmth of the sun. So are we buoyed and lifted by the warmth of love, and a joyful heart. … Continue reading

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Presence

    Burst through doors. Make an Entrance! Jingle!   -Chuy

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Dog Mind versus Human Mind

Human Mind: Human is traveling down the trail, and comes to a place where a tree has fallen across his path. “I’ll use my brute strength and opposable thumbs to move this out of the way.” he says. He labors … Continue reading

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Catcher

Death is part of the circle, and one would be wise to remember this always. We mustn’t dwell on it, but we must be ever aware. We know the sun will set every day, but we don’t agonize over sunset’s … Continue reading

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