«Considera a la Naturaleza como el más bello de los santuarios y como la expresión sobre la Tierra de la Perfección Divina. Respeta la vida en todas sus formas y mira a los animales como seres vivos, conscientes y sensibles»."Consider Nature as the most beautiful shrines and as the expression upon the Earth of Divine Perfection. Respect life in all its forms and looks at animals as living beings, aware and sensitive. "
Extracto del Código de Vida Rosacruz. ♥.
Como lo amo , el viejo o algo mayo de edad.. parece ... que hermoso animal . como el hombre puede hacerle daño a estas criaturas . Cuidemos a todos los seres vivos.
Very nice photo! In the shot, she(he) has a charactor and expression like human beings. Am I the only person who was reminded my elderly friend by her eyes and smiling -like lips? Bonobo and this photo is graeat!
Great shot! This captures the character so well.
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Makes it even more clear just how much all beings should be treated with love and respect. It's eyes are practically identical to a humans. Thank you for this shot!
"Think: Happy and secure, may all beings be happy at heart. Whatever beings there may be, weak or strong, without exception; long, large, middling, short, tall, subtle, blatant, seen and unseen, near and far, born and yet to be born: May all beings be happy at heart. Let no one deceive another or despise anyone anywhere, or through anger or irritation wish for another to suffer. As a mother would risk her life to protect her child, her only child, even so should one cultivate a limitless loving-kindness with regard to all beings. With good will for the entire cosmos, cultivate a limitless heart: Above, below, and all around, unlimited, without enmity or hate. Whether standing, walking, sitting, or lying down, as long as one is awake, one should be resolved on this mindfulness. This is called a sublime abiding here and now" -Karaniya Metta Sutta (Buddha's Discourse on Loving-Kindness)