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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Affection

As a middle aged lady was searching something in her hand bag, a stray cow slowly moved towards her. After, checking all the pockets, the lady looked up and said, "Arre yaar, today I forgot to bring chapatis for you." (Hey buddy, today I forgot to bring bread for you.)
Have you ever talk with any bird or animal with so much affection?

30 comments:

  1. So sweet.

    :)

    Barring dogs(shudders..!!!) yes I have talked affectionately to animals. And one must always do that. :)

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  2. Yes, I've talked so much to dogs and even to my plants....I feel they understand me.

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  3. YES I do .. A lot actually.. back home I have 5 dogs.. but here i got fishes :) yeah , a funny thing happeend actually this might sound crazy to you.. But i had a small aquarium in the room, and one day i was very angry at something, I came home sat and just asked the fish .. are you happy inside.. and for some odd reason i could see the fish say NO.. please dont laugh or say anything .. I KNOW i m mad it was as if it understood..

    SO I have now dug a pond a big one... and i have put the fish in there where they have so much space and a fountain and some plants and some hideouts ..

    yeah i know I AM MADddddddd its offical.. so the answer to your question YEP i do talk ... at least they just listen and dont retaliate ...

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  4. passion works its wonders.
    Happy Tuesday!

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  5. I have seen that but maybe i could not understand the relationship between an animal and a human.. that is just my ignorance and there is nothing like "I dont have a heart"...

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  6. oh yeah...with all the pets i have had! :D

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  7. I have....my dog...I used to speak to a lot and he just looked at me with so much of love :)

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  8. Why only animals, don't we talk to our things, possessions.. Hello Room, I'm back..Hi, Car, you are looking gorgeous.. but well, you have written something very cute.. God bless..

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  9. ... i guess i find it easy to talk to humans... must i try with those who have animal instincts?

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  10. Wao, that was so validating earlier I thought I was the only one. Then I realized, many before me and many after me but now it is I have so many of you in my club.

    I have spoken to bugs, birds, fish, toads, lizards, pets, farm animals, river, sea, mountains, earth, sand dunes and what not animated inanimated no bars. I guess all animals and plants in our family farm respond to Punjabi, Hind, Marwari and English.

    My white friend wonders how hwer chocolab follows my Punjabi Hindi talk morethan her english commands. May be it is the kindness and compassion that crosses all the barriers than phisicallity...

    Peace,

    Desi Girl

    www.girlsguidetosurvival.wordpress.com

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  11. I talk all the time to my dog and family member's dogs too!

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  12. My dog has been like a family member and I have spoken to him. More important is that the animals understand what one is saying

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  13. All the time.
    On a visit to your country years ago, after coming out from the temple, I spoke to a calf hanging outside. The calf followed me and tried to get up the bus!

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  14. not much.... to my fish... i dont think they can hear.. but i talk to my bike :)

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  15. I talk to my dog enough to bug it all up!

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  16. Oh yes, dogs and birds too, sometimes.

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  17. Yes I do not only with animals but also with plants. I feel in todays world they are the only ones who listen to u :)

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  18. hmmmn, very seldom... but i often talked with the trees and the stones and the wall and whatever!!!Lolz!!!:P

    Good day!!!:)

    >kelvin

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  19. Once I was kinda sad and was feeling bitter.Then a bird happened to come and perch on the antenna on the roof.So,yes,that bird was a passive listener to whatever i was telling it;although,I wasn't very kind in the delivery of my speech.

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  20. Chandrika,

    Yes, apart from our dog, I have spoken to stray ones and cows at times while feeding them. And they understand you better than humans.

    Take care

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  21. ..Yup..I do..with birds in my backyard or duckies on my way...

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  22. Yes I do talk with birds which come to eat food I keep in the gallery.

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  23. This is the best nugget I have ever read at your blog. :-D Loved it totally. I would do the same if I were in that lady's place. I wonder what she did after that. Did she buy something for the anxiously awaiting cow? Would love to know.

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  24. trust me,you will love it here.we have a pet cat in our hostel,we hv named him.and not in just one language,our conversation ranges from hindi, english, tamil, bengali,sinhalese,nepali,and evn french.and the wonderful part is he understands and reacts, thru his eyes we can understand,the way he keeps his tail,believe me, i used to hate cats and living in hostel,he has taught me the meaning of peaceful coexistence,and he is a polyglot,he has tasted our somedays 'horrible' mess food to the slice of Italy food.. and it is a wonderful feeling to see them understand, sometimes,they can understand better than the so many words we use to convey our emotions to fellow human beings..btw, he is part of our friends gang, whenever we get anything to eat, we have a birthday party, there is one portion kept for him in all that we eat..oops,i think, my comment is longer than ur post itself.i like this short and crisp questions you always come up with..it is all the language of love:)

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  25. and here, i hvnt stopped,at home we had a dog,which came to us when he was barely two days old,soon, he became a part of the family, i named him romeo,and he was so pampered that if he gets angry he used to sit so adamantly and until we cajole him, he never used to eat and the best part was,whenever there was a guest, we kids used to be introduced to so and so as uncle,aunty etcetc, slowly romeo joined the group and trust me,he became the third child of our family,once if somebody was introduced to him, the way he reacts to them and strangers was completely different!when he died,we all cried and even some of our neighbours were in tears.

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  26. वाह होता है. कई लोगों के जीवन का ये रोज का नियम होता है..तो कई लोग अकेले खाना पंसद नहीं करते.....मुझे भी लगता है जैसे भूत खा रहा हो....समाजिक प्राणी है इंसान ..उसे तो ऐसा करना भी चाहिए.....बेहद खूबसूरत प्रसंग..

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  27. @ everyone : Thanks for reading, enjoying and commenting on this post! :) Thanks! Thanks!! Thanks!!! :)

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