Wistful

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This is part two of last week’s post about the animals I saw in the zoo. This monkey (different from the one in last week’s post) look incredibly sad and distraught.

He just seemed to stare into the distance without blinking as if reminiscing of good times past or perhaps imagining what it would be like on the other side of the fence.

It didn’t even flinch when this group of local boys were being really rude and trying to tease it. I’m not saying zoos are a bad thing – definitely not! I’ve learnt so much about animals from my visits to zoos. Granted there haven’t been many visits but I have learnt a lot.

Sometimes animals are mistreated because they’re lesser beings or so we think. Honestly, the only reason I think we are still alive is because God wants us to be. Think about it – we aren’t the strongest, nor are we the fastest or even the most agile of creatures and yet we’re still thriving on this planet. All because God have given us amazing intelligence and is with us.

Don’t ignore animals. Listen to them. Animals have a lot to say. They have a lot to teach us if we only just take a moment to listen and learn.

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