To My Tribute To The Wolf
We have much to learn!
They say you can tell a lot about a culture by the way they treat their
prisoners of war. If this saying has any merit, then perhaps you can
tell a lot about the human race by the way we treat the animals around
us. If that can be true, then we have much to learn about ourselves,
who we are and where we're going.
The first place to begin is with yourself. You
can't change society as a whole, but you can help others to look within
and perhaps grow from your example or teaching. In other words, it all
starts with you and the person you share your feelings and lessons
with. They share with their friends, and so on, until soon, that one
small original thought has influenced a nation.
How do you begin looking in ward? Well, you start
by learning about those things that interest you. Within every living
thing on this planet there is a lesson to be learned and teachings to
be gained. A comparison of who you are to what you learn starts the
process of growth. Do your personal ideas, ideals and beliefs hold up
under scrutiny? If not, then perhaps it's because you haven't
completely thought them through.
sharing information, discussing ideas and beliefs, we all challenge
ourselves to examine what we believe and why. As long as your open to
possibilities, as long as your not stuck in the mire of thinking there
are no other possible solutions, then you'll be able to listen and grow.
The nature of the wolf teaches us this above all
else. Learn, adapt and overcome. Through spirit and action the wolf is
the ultimate nature teacher, in my humble opinion. That's not to say
other species of animal doesn't have it's lesson to teach. Most
certainly they do. But for me the wolf is something extra special and
I invite you to learn about the wolf. It's legend
and mythology, characteristics, life, family and meaning in our lives.
We also ask for your help in saving these magnificent creatues from the
torment and turmoil of man.