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Something Powerful That We Can All Learn From Dogs

Whether you currently own a dog, previously had one or even if you do not consider yourself a “dog person,” there is something that we as humans can all stand to learn from them. Something that once connected to an individual they seem to bestow naturally and consistently. This something is perfectly showcased by this short film entitled “Unloved,” check it out:

The term unconditional love is one that I’ve started to hear thrown around more often as of late, primarily because of its deep romantic undertone.

Universal Love – Why It’s Necessary for Our Evolution as a Global Society

We all know how it feels, to be loved. You feel supported, you feel strengthened, you feel safer. You know that the person who loves you is someone you can trust. You can share with them anything about yourself or your life, and you know that person loves you enough to accept it and take it with the seriousness you feel it deserves. That’s the beauty of true, unconditional love.
Love is synonymous of respect, peace, harmony, understanding, protection, acceptance, growth.

An Historical Overview of the Whereabouts

An Historical Overview of the Whereabouts of Gnomes and Elves, Fauns and Faeries, Goblins, Ogres, Trolls and Bogies, Nymphs, Sprites, and Dryads
A long, long time ago, the Earth belonged to the creatures of the wood. By creatures of the wood I mean gnomes, elves, faeries, etc. They tended it and took care of it, played in it, danced and sang in it, cared for wounded animals, worked out disputes between species, sat on mushrooms discussing matters of importance and drinking Labrador tea, rode down streams on leaves and bark, parachuted from trees on dandelion seeds.