Mutants and Hybrids -What We Learn From a Dog

If you were one part human, two parts something else — another animal, a plant, an inanimate object — what would the other two parts be?

It would be a dog, or my chinese zodiac. Have you ever seen a dog recently? The way it wiggle it’s tail and approach you with happy face, enthusiasm, and tounge outside it’s mouth, those happiness feeling when it’s around? A dog not need to concern about it’s future, it is always happy to be in your present, so do we humans. We do not need to worry about our future, we do need to be living the present. Although I do suggest that we make plan for our future, where our life goes to, and what we really want to do with our life.

Despite the fact that people used to hunt animal in the past and live only for the day, hunt again tomorrow and continues to live that way, civilization has developed so much that at first it seems a good thing, but overdo it and we got stuck living future hopes in the present and forget to live in the present itself.

If reincarnation is true (I’m Christian btw), despite being happy by being human, a dog would be next best thing?

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About agent909

Kevin is a research analyst at a macro research firm and a private fund manager since 2012. He holds a Master of Management in Finance degree from McGill University and has passed all levels of CFA and FRM exam. Kevin is an avid traveler and photographer, with a record of 33 countries visited in 2016. He is a freelance contributor at Getty Image and is running two website in his spare time, journeyman.live and putamencapital.wordpress.com
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