All it takes is love

“It shall be the duty of every citizen of India to have compassion for all living creatures.”  ―Article 51A of the Indian Constitution

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All it takes is love.

I happened to stumble upon these buddies. The girl in the picture is the daughter of a cobbler. The boy is her brother. And this is their semi adopted dog. When she caught my attention she was rubbing a cloth all over this dog’s body, trying to clean every bit of him. He was standing there getting it done and feeling the bliss of this therapy. One can see the love in the dog’s eyes. The girl was imitating her father and doing what he does to shoes. Even though this act may mean nothing to many, but to someone who saw it happening it could mean a lot of things.

The little girl was taking care of this dog with such motherly care that it was very mature and lovable.

The perfect girl.

Her father was not objecting to this and had complete trust in the dog and had taught the essence of life to his children at any early age.

The perfect parent.

She had learned how clean from her father’s job and was doing it so meticulously that it reflected her talent to grasp the finesse of her father’s craftsmanship at an early age.

The perfect student.

And the dog was a perfect guardian and loyal companion ready to give his life away if needed.

Life does show us these minute examples of prefect living in our everyday lives. It is up to us to ignore them or to see them carefully and learn.

~Guest post by Rishi Dev.

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12 thoughts on “All it takes is love”

  1. I remember I was waiting for a train on Thane station. I saw too poor kids sitting around. So I purchased some biscuits and gave it to them. I somehow assumed that both the siblings will now fight over it. Interestingly both of them did not eat them but the younger kid ran away.

    The kid returned with a dog and all three of them shared the biscuits among them.

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