D.H. Lawrence once said, “I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself…” and its a line from a poem I have never forgotten. The lesson in this, the lesson I’ve always taken with me as I have wandered through forests, by seasides, over mountaintops, across valleys or swamps, is simple but vital to my understanding of this world and its inhabitants. We have more to learn from the wild creatures that surround us than we’re probably capable of comprehending. We have more to learn of stillness, of endurance, of how to navigate a life taking only what we need and forgoing the excess. Humans stand alone in the animal kingdom in a multitude of categories, some good, some not so good, and we crown ourselves kings of the kingdom for those we seem to rise above the rest. What we miss in this, is all the aforementioned, all the lessons we have to learn from our furry, feathered, or scaled friends.
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