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Comments by Jennifer Gosun - 23 Nov 2007
In Reference to: Fawn and Rabbit: Innocence Conquers All
We have so much to learn from animals. If we could take the best characteristics from every species of animal and integrate it into our own lives, the human race would greatly benefit.
This story tells it all really; the innocence of youth prevents any prejudice, because that characteristic is learned over time. Acceptance should be taught in schools; rather it seems that this is where prejudice begins. We develop egos and respond to criticism and ‘grading’. If we are ever going to get along with each other, we must learn unconditional acceptance and commit to supporting the entire population of the planet earth (including every living thing).
P.S. The pictures are beautiful.
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