Do you know why this amazing lady is on her knees begging? This wonderful lady is on her knees begging a stranger to not beat and hurt this dog. This is in China. She puts her pride/ego aside for the life of the dog as she is a animal lover and genuine human being. Beautiful. For our animal works to be successful, we have to be like her. We have to be able to swallow our ego, beg, plead and be selfless in taking care of others (dogs in this case). We have to beg and create awareness for public support constantly by various means. We have to be able to put our own feelings aside and work hard and tirelessly. There is no quitting because once we start, the animals depend on us and we cannot let them down and the people who believe in us down. We must be strong, committed, read up on internet on how to take care of animals/dogs, social media our cause to create awareness and be tireless. We must be updated on the latest news on care for them. In the age of internet, everything can be found. Once we take care of animals, we have to put all sense of selfishness aside. What do we get back? The smiles of hundreds of animals we saved, good karma, inspiration to many who are doing the same or will do the same. And we will have self respect for doing something good for the short time we have on this planet. This lady in the picture moves me deeply.
Oser girl, Mumu boy and Dharma boy -2015
This is my little precious Mumu boy -2015
I love my doggies. I love the Kechara birds, turtles, fish and all animals. I have a very super soft spot for animals since I was very young. People who take care of animals, are kind to them and find ways to love them and make sure they are okay have a VERY SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. It makes me cringe to see animals hurt. That is why people who take care of animals and raise funds/awareness for our aviary, dogs, fishes, etc really show me how kind they are and caring. I wish to be able to take care of more and more animals and I hope I will be able to team up with like minded Kecharians to do this in the future. We must take care of the animals we have now and create the causes to take care of bigger groups later. People who feel taking care of something small or small numbers isn’t doing much. But how do you do something big if you don’t sincerely start small? Of course karmically and logically you have to start small and then it grows.
I really admire, respect and care very much about animal lovers.
Tsem Rinpoche. (photos of my three doggies by Pastor Seng Piow)
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