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We Feel - Just Like You Do

We Feel - Just Like You Do

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Published by Sahadeva Dasa
How egocentric of humans to think we are the only beings who can think, feel, bond with others, etc. As the “dominating” species, we have a responsibility to care for and protect the entire planet, including the other animals.
Those who describe animals as not having any thoughts or feelings come closer to the description they’re trying to describe.
Its enormously puzzling that extreme suffering only gets widely questioned if it is the suffering of members of the human species. It is extraordinary how many people just accept the appalling treatment of such a vast number of animals.
Animals have souls and we have a duty to respect them! Anything less is to deny one’s humanity and one’s own soul!
Numerous stories outlined in this book prove this point, beyond the shadow of a doubt.
How egocentric of humans to think we are the only beings who can think, feel, bond with others, etc. As the “dominating” species, we have a responsibility to care for and protect the entire planet, including the other animals.
Those who describe animals as not having any thoughts or feelings come closer to the description they’re trying to describe.
Its enormously puzzling that extreme suffering only gets widely questioned if it is the suffering of members of the human species. It is extraordinary how many people just accept the appalling treatment of such a vast number of animals.
Animals have souls and we have a duty to respect them! Anything less is to deny one’s humanity and one’s own soul!
Numerous stories outlined in this book prove this point, beyond the shadow of a doubt.

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Published by: Sahadeva Dasa on Sep 29, 2012
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07/27/2015

Mr. Bill owns the company, Magic Wand Car Wash Systems

that manufactures and installs car wash systems in US. Bill's
company installed a car wash system in Frederick, Maryland for a
gentleman.
These are a complete
system including the money
changer and money taking
machines.

The problem started
when the new owner
complained to Bill that he
was losing significant
amounts of money from his
coin machines each week.
He went as far as to accuse
Bill's employees of having a
key to the boxes and ripping him off. Bill just couldn't believe that his
people would do that. So they set up a photo trap for the thief.
Well, they caught the thief in the act! A bunch of starlings!
The birds had to go down in the machine and back up to get to the

money!

At a time a bird could knock three quarters in his mouth!

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It was amazing that it was not one bird; there were several working

together.

Once they identified the
thief, they found over $4000 in
quarters on the roof of the car
wash and more under a nearby
tree.

Its thought that a starling was
attracted to the coin that a
person was putting into the
machine, or when taking out his
or her change. Seeing the place
where the coins "appeared", the
starling went to investigate, and discovered that he (males do this to attract
a female) could remove the quarter and take it back to his nest or courting
place.

Not wanting to be out-
romanced, other starlings
learned from the original
"inventive" fellow how to get
"their own" quarters, which
shows the intelligence and
learning ability of birds.
Male birds like ravens, crows
and starlings collect valuable
shiny objects to impress the
females. After all, girls don’t
come cheap!

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