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Met these lovelies the other day. We showed an interest in each other, so I advanced carefully to have a visit. Although I did my best to chat, except for the one on the right, I was met with indifference. Although the one on the far end, seemed to be listening, when I drew closer, the reaction showed me clearly, I had misread the interest.

sigh, we have all at some time I’m sure had the reaction of simple indifference to our prattle.

I had thought that I was being friendly, but my communication skills were not appreciated by this little group.

I did get a second glance by this little group of grazers, but again, no takers when I tried for a more up close and personal visit. In fact the saddle brown (on the left) which appealed to me, turned and purposely walked away. They likely knew I was simply too “city” for them.

In these instances I found it easy to say “thank you” and move on, I tried to interact, but they simply were not interested. There are other times tho’ when we try communicating with a friend, and the reaction is not positive, in fact it gets hostile and aggressive. That is harder to smile and say thank you too.* In PL, we try, we look at what we could have done, or how we could have perhaps approached the subject differently.

I see and hear all around me these days, what seems to be an environment of hostility, negative aggressive thinking and behaviour. I can understand why so many are having difficulty finding “peace” in their lives. We forget, that WE contribute to the environment we live in.

It is important to say “thank you” … Everything that appears in front of you is all material for you to improve yourself whether its food, people or things. Learn to accept everything, whether it is something you like or not.

Perfect Liberty 2020.9

PL precept #7 Everything exists in relativity

PL Precept #14 World Peace is Everything

PL Precept #20 Live maintaining equilibrium between mind and matter.

“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of the messenger who announces peace”

Isaiah 52.7

“You are precious in my sight, and honoured, I love you.”

Isaiah 43.4

Oyashikiri

*we are not responsible for the action of others, we are responsible for are own behaviour , only we can make changes within ourselves. Change begins with us.

Comments on: "conversation" (6)

  1. I love animals of just about all types and woulds have also tried to commune with them. I’m glad you had a nice chat even if they were not the most interested.

  2. Your advice is so true. We can’t change people, even if it’s “for their own good”. We can maybe help them see that they have a choice, but we can’t make that choice for them. All we can do is deal with the impact of their decisions on us, and how we’ll react to that impact. Good post!

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