the lion and the fish.
February 10, 2015 — 22:51

Author: Amy Jo  Category: Uncategorized  Comments: Off

The fish feels alive pushing through the water, yet, she does not have a conscious awareness of pain. She does not feel the sting of a hook, only the strain to get back to the salty water.

The lion feels alive resting in the grass, his mane blowing — knowing his sexual dimorphism is a crown of his mighty gender.  But he does feel pain. A lion will limp when injured. Aware. His degree of suffering cannot be measured. But he is alive.

And so is she.
Swimming. Resting. Walking. Waiting. Protecting. Seeking. Living.
A lion is not a fish, yet both are alive.


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