Tag Archives: dog

Not a Dog

Sometimes I wish my dog would stop being a dog: barking endlessly, tracking mud on fresh mopped floors, but then I remember his absolute joy when I come home, his unfailing devotion, his patience when I have none, and wonder … Continue reading

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Don’t Accept

There are some behaviors that we do not have to accept, yet how often do we remain silent, frozen in society’s demand that we not make trouble?

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Puppy Wonder

I can love my dog, who licks my fingers in pleasure of my company. He’s taught me to enjoy rubbing his belly, going for walks in the floresta with him, howling at the moon. Life is so simple for him: … Continue reading

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Puppy Love

What chance has he who can not love a puppy, joyful and pure? Love unfolds each time we open our hearts, expanding into spirals of infinity.

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Looking for Miracles

I heard the cry when he fell into the deep ravine; his barks led me to a tiny puppy unable to scale the muddy walls. Knowing I could not get him out, I quietly asked for help. Within seconds a … Continue reading

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Ahhhh Moments

There are two moments I treasure each day. The first is when I wake up and lie snuggled in my bed. Morning birds greet me as I savor the inevitable feeling of gratitude I feel upon awakening. The other love … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #44

Did you wake up ready to have a good day? I gave you the power of choice. “Free will,” you call it. Why not choose to be happy, peaceful, loving? Your Coach, Source

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My Dog, My Professor

I want to learn to love as my dog does, with an unswerving faithfulness, true devotion. At the same time, she is fiercely independent and regularly reminds me that she loves me but I am not her master. We can … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #20

Loving the unlovable is much harder than loving the lovable. Which needs you more? Learn to love the unlovable. You are much closer than you think! Trust Me, I know! Love is everything, Source

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Golden Dog

He watches me, holds my gaze for long periods of time, transmitting from the astral. I feel engulfed as I merge with him, becoming one with him, yet still retaining my essence. Animals are our guides. How foolish we are … Continue reading

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My Best Friend

My best friend is Joe. I am his guard day and night. Soon I’ll be big, too! ************************** *************************** Submitted to Cloaked Monk Challenge http://cloakedmonk.com/2011/02/27/march-challenge/ Day 15 – Prompt: children, childhood

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Rainforest News #27

Looks like a sausage, this fat dog can hardly walk. Dog eats owner’s woes. ******************************* Riddles make us think. Jokes make us laugh out loud. Poems awaken. ****************************** Big man still a boy Dipping pigtails in ink wells This poem … Continue reading

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London Bridges

Raindrops on roses whiskers on kittens, snails, shells and puppy dog tails, London Bridges falling down! Our children play and sing laugh and love with joy and we think it will be for all time. But the world is hard … Continue reading

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