beautifully said. this is very in sync with me at the moment. can't believe that in a past week i had two conversations regarding this subject. ha, and i figured the only comperisment i can make for my love of animals is with the movie "avatar."
in my own experience, when i don't show signs of fear, with a reaction to kill, bugs like wasp, spiders, other insects relax a bit and do not harm or bother me. when i just except them as part of the current moment and that they have a life & purpose, they allow me more acceptance into their life. this is my home, but it is their home too.
i was explaining to my bestfriend how i balance my morals during any decision making, big or small. earlier that day, i saw a bee that could not get up; there was something wrong with it. i put it out of its misery and begged for forgiveness so that it may rest in peace. and on saturday my cousin killed a bug, i gave her a bit of a lacture but at some points i agreed with her. we came to the conclusion that anything, no matter how small, deserves respect. she said 'sorry' to the bug. i felt very complete at that moment.
o, anyways, i can go on forever about this!
for this subject i like to examine the hindus' understanding of resurrection. i'd write more to you about it if you'd like. my son is just not letting me type, nor think, at this moment.
figures as in numbers?
love and light and love,
Remember that no matter how correct information is, at the bottom line it all exists and will exist in all variation and form.