Friday, August 14, 2015

Best Friends


unless schooled by society and/or preconceptions
it's our natural instinct to be kind, compassionate, loving & forgiving.

this little series of photographs should inspire all of us to start over 
in the way we think about things.

what if no one told you to hate or dislike or be afraid of something/anything?

what if you did what comes naturally in us humans?

what if we didn't have mirrors?
we wouldn't know we were different, would we?

just saying......




via the sunshine chronicler/tumblr



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13 comments:

  1. so so sweet Marsha! Love you blog! Sorry I have not commented in sometime. Thank you for your generous
    shares and time! XO

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  2. Very cute! Both comfortable in their companionship and trust in each other.
    Cheers,
    Deborah - Melbourne

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  3. That little owl and that kitten is a beautiful thing! I think the most beautiful thing I have ever seen!
    Brava!

    this connection is what will take us through a very happy life! This is the perfect example! Bonding.....warmth; snuggling; bonding.......I have been doing that with my divine husband fro 39 years! And it means everything! We sleep just like that owl and kitten! And three dogs on the bed also!

    This is the best post ever!

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  4. Oh.....HOW absolutely TRUE words,Marsha!
    HOW deep and deep touching is these images,my Goodness!!!
    Yes,yes,yes! NO mirrors....
    SO good says!:)
    Xx,
    V.

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  5. Ooooohhhh so very sweet!!!
    Happy weekend dear Marsha!
    xoxo
    Greet

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  6. I have always said that hate is LEARNED. Just look at little children, they don't see color and differences. They are precious, pure souls. My little granddaughter is half black and it BREAKS MY HEART to think ANYONE would hate her or be mean to her just because of the color of her BEAUTIFUL skin. Beautiful post, Marsha!!!!! Thank you!!!!

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  7. "The owl and the pussycat" - how beautiful is this! Thanks for sharing - just love it.

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  8. Marsha this post touched my heart and your chosen words so meaningful and true. Years ago I had a large red eared Slider turtle who played with my two cats. Kid you not. Enjoy your weekend.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  9. these are such precious photos!

    Lauren,
    http://www.atouchofsoutherngrace.com/

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  10. Hello Marsha
    A beautiful message and images. Definitely worth pondering.
    Have a glorious weekend
    Helen x

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  11. Dear Marsha...and you are very 'dear' to post such beauty in photos and words.
    Thank you...for being you!

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