I want to build on the last post.
When we look into our dog’s eyes, we are looking at them through our filters, our beliefs and our emotions. It puts a spin on what we see. No judgment, it simply is how we see the world.
My writing the last post was to bring the animals side or point of view to the table. By having both human and animal point of view on the table it allows for a fuller picture for all of you to look at. We see our side easily, it is the animal side that is harder to see and understand.
All the animals are asking is for us to take a look at their point of view. In seeing both points of view it opens the door to see a meeting place in the middle. There is no right or wrong, it is simply point of view.
The outcome between the human and dog in the last post was; the human listened to her dog and decided not to put the dog down, at that time. She was relieved not to have to make that decision and to know her dog was ok. It was just a misunderstanding.
My writing was to give all of you an opportunity to stop and ask yourself what am I seeing here? If we can stop and step back it allows us a resting place to see the bigger picture where there is more information. With more information we can make wiser decisions.