Can we judge the moral degree of a man by the way he treat an animal?
These photographs testify that a master can be poor financially but very rich viewed by his pet. The loyalty of the heart of their dog is their only and most precious good. If we trust what Gandhi said  we can state that those three men in the photographs, although facing the highest distress, managed to maintain a high degree of moral values.
 ‘The greatness of a nation and its moral progress
can be judged by the ways its animals are treated
~ Mahatma Gandhi’
(1869-1948. Spiritual leader of India)
Other quotations on animal welfare are available here and further comments on the Mahatma Gandhi sentence here
The lilac has just erupted with flowers on my balcony.
Bees are flying all around. The cherry tree is also in flower. Smell like spring is really on time this year! And the Cockers participate to the fest, as always, enthusiastically.
The cycle of the year is reaching a summit in April in my view.
- (Mostly) Spring Flowers (awindowintomyworld.wordpress.com)
- How Io know it’s spring (leggotunglei808.wordpress.com)
That’s why I love them! But as you know I’m a crazy dog person…
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via “Ruff Water” – Los Angeles, CA – Seth Casteel – Featured Photographer.
Such a commitment for a simple piece of plastic will always astonish me. They live their life fully with no half measure, especially when it comes to toys and swimming pools.
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