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The soft lick that wakes us in the morning, the neigh of recognition, the bark of joy, the purr of contentment.
Our companion animals, in whatever shape or size they come in, hold such varied positions in our lives. As working animals, as best friends, as guides, as teachers, as students, and, most importantly, as beings who love us unconditionally, showing us the greatest that we can be and should live up to.
There is no greater teacher than a loved animal, no greater companion than a loved furry or feathered or finned being.
It is up to us to give them the best that we can give them, to understand them, to provide for them, to teach them, to love them, to let them teach us, and to give them the best that we are, the best that we can be; kind, respectful, reliable, gentle, loving.
Tai chi and
Chi kung for
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