Sounds a bit indecent, but reckoning the sense of freedom, order, and understandings ;then, you'll look at it through a bird's eye
Doesn't it seem like animals have no issues at finding their purposes? They seem to know exactly what is it, in which what they are living for Oppose to us humans, they seem to be less frightened by death Do you think animals have religious beliefs? Some divine stranger they must let control their life. Or are they responsible enough themselves? And/or only have faith in what it mean to live ...Just live
The things in which they used to do is still their tendencies today. Give me one lion that don't hunt anymore? One pack or tribe that is ran by female? One chimpanzee who think swinging from trees is out of style? One shark who think blood is disgusting? I never met a gopher who wasn't hip enough, who didn't "dig"; digging wholes Every cat I know rub their skull, ribs, backbone, tailbone and tail; in one motion against other creatures for what I figure as comfort. Shepherd, Yorkshire, or hound; however, they all get on the mailman's nerves
Humans... We just seem lost Not knowing where we belong Steady trying to figure out right for wrong Attitudes always going up or down Need to much to crack a smile The slightest ordeal can make us frown A successful human is visioned as having access to the whole world
Do you ever see a honey bee left behind in a swarm? Or a polar bear climbing a tree when it's warm?
Their world has no critics No trends No high expectations
Just eat, sleep, and ****
Is that it? Or there's more to it? Two separate lives But I'm influenced