3 Surprising Life Lessons From A Dog (called Elizabeth Taylor)

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“Live like a dog: Love unconditionally, live in the moment & HAVE FUN.” @AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff

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Hi ADs,

Some of you are gonna massively relate & connect with today’s topic – some, maybe not so much…

It all depends on whether or not you’ve really bonded with a pet or animal, and then had to go through the horrible pain of them passing away.

One of us lost our family dog recently, and it’s been a hell of a lot sadder than we’d anticipated.

No more waggy tail & slobbery kisses to greet us at the front door.

No more Sunday snuggles on the sofa in front of a good box-set.

No more chasing sticks & ducks in the park.

It might sound trivial (especially with all the crap that’s going on in the world right now), but as anyone who’s lost a beloved pooch will tell you, it still hurts – a lot.

However – as with all other painful situations in life – some positive & useful lessons can be gleaned from this experience – as we share in today’s Life Nugget.

More than anything, losing this dog has made us realise that animals are SO MUCH FURTHER AHEAD in many ways than us humans:

 

“We teach pets to ‘sit’ & ‘stay”; they teach us how to live & love.” @AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff

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You only have to watch some good old Richard Attenborough to see how incredible nature & the animal kingdom are at working together and protecting what’s important to them.

Put’s us lot to shame, really.

We’d love to hear your personal insights on this topic, so join us in the conversation in the comments below.

Sending you lots of springtime love,

Pers & Joey xx

 

Like the drawing of the doggy in the vid? Check out the artist Elliot Gould’s artwork here