"High Spirits Of The Tall Tree"

Thursday, June 17, 2021

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We hear frequently

"Now a days children are far more intelligent when compared to us."  

This is true in the case of Animals and Birds too.

All of us must have experienced this.  

Dogs do anything and everything to make its master happy and joyful. Dogs are famous for their unconditional love towards their master.  They even go to the extent of giving up their own life for the sake of their master.

In the case of Elephants, their eyes are the smallest external organ.  With their extraordinary memory power they remember every one those who do good or harm them.  We have also seen people who were punished for their own misdeed towards those Elephants.

Horses love their masters.  They don't fear the sound of Gunshots.  very charming indeed.

Peacock:  In my own experience, a Peacock in a Temple started dancing with its wings widespread after giving a sound[probably asking us to see].  I stood there with admiration and got very much inspired.  I felt guilty that I had nothing to feed it then.  

Cows and Buffaloes are smart in their own way.   They show their happiness by way of giving more milk naturally.  The extent of love and affection matters more.

Cats and monkeys too act very intelligently, thanks to the videos in the social media 

We live in  Apartments with a common Terrace.  We have the habit of feeding the crows.  Along with which Pigeons, sparrows, parrots, ... share. 

It is common everywhere.  But the most astonishing fact is that the Crow found out as to from which apartment I am coming and everyday it comes to the window side and calls with various modulations.  

It does not eat first.  Rather, it allows all the other birds to have their stomach full and then only it starts eating that too only after inviting its own relatives.  

Most annoying is the Pigeons.  They don't allow any other bird to eat.  They eat a lot and throws the rest towards the lower surface, where the other birds feel reluctant to go and eat.  

Pigeons should be taught to cultivate discipline, to be content, not to be greedy, to share what they get and last but not least to stop crying[!]early in the morning which is very much annoying. .  .  

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