“A Man’s Best Friend”

Unconditional love, loyalty, resilience, and personality.  What more could we possibly aspire to offer as humans?  I’ve never thought I could learn so much from an animal, but I absolutely aspire to be more like a canine than I could have ever imagined. 

They don’t judge by race or the type of religion you practice.  They don’t care how much money you have or the type of clothes you have on.  They don’t care where you’ve been or where you’re going.  And they never hold a grudge. Through thick and thin, they’re as loyal as they come.  They always live in the present moment, and never dwell on the past nor worry about the future.  Not to mention, you will always be greeted at the door with unmatched enthusiasm and love. 

As of recent, our world is turning into an interesting place full of hate, entitlement, and imitations.  Between all the crazy politicians, race movements and violence, something has to change.  It’s very seldom that you find something or someone that is real and true through the core. But when it comes to dogs, they’re as real as it gets.  Somewhere along the line we’ve deviated from teaching our youth the “right thing”, and our core morals and ethics are slowly deteriorating as a human race. I believe we can all learn a thing or two by trying to act more like our pets, and less like our peers. 

This type of loyalty and unconditional love is a great place to start for molding young minds and changing this World's future for the better.  So it’s time to break out your pen and paper, and start taking notes on how true loyalty and unconditional love is practiced! 



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  • James Hyden On

    I agree with all you’ve said plus with that “glorious” sense of smell they have, they are helping us with our health, knowing we are about to have an heart attack or seizure, protecting us on a level no machine ever could. Thank God for dogs

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