The True Meaning of Dog Sledding
I would like to thank Pearl for this. It put a smile on my face.
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Thanks to Pearl is right. It hits the funny bone with its simple joy of dogs doing their thing.
What would we do without our animals?
I just cannot imagine life without them.. The video really brings out Job 12: 7-10, “Ask the birds, ask the beasts and they will teach you.”
Great verse, Kassie. I have been taught by animals. Strangely, I have been shown how to die. I haven’t seen many people die, but if I die of old age like a few animals I’ve had (including a rabbit), I hope to die like they did. There was acceptance in their eyes. They knew they were going and said “goodbye” in their own way. And they went in a very peaceful way. I don’t know if that is something one can learn, but I hope so. If I can die with that kind of dignity, it will be a good thing.
Thanks to the one who filmed and uploaded it (and Chris for recognizing a good thing when he sees it) 🙂 .
I shudder to even imagine what a bleak and miserable world it would be without our animals (something believers and non-believers alike can all agree upon).
The next time we have a good snow here in Arkansas, I’m going to put on my snowpants and try it the way these dogs did it. I can’t imagine having as much fun as they did.
Always a blessing, Pearl.