Osho from his book 'sex matters'.
mmm! gosh! what is it to share? sometimes i think about all the animals and that they can be divided into catergories of socialable one and alone seeking ones or maybe a bit of both. like you are not supposed to keep donkeys alone because they are socialable animals who used to live with each other in warm africa. you shouldnt keep them in the rain eaither. cos there coats, unlike cows, are not waterproof.... they are african and they always will be...to some extent of their needs and there preferences...
are humans naturally social animals? i guess they are be defined as so...
Well talkin of waterproof, as rather handily we humans are, I've just come from the spa and that's definitely a lot more lovely with other humans innit. Just aswell our furs all dropped off too, as that definitely wouldn't have been so lovely an experience ;)
no fur in the spa! ! thats a bit animalist isnt it, you being a kat and all that ;)
anyway, its just make me think about all the animals and how they keep warm...cos not all animals have fur or much body mass..... like the humble insect! !. no fur and hardly any body mass atall! clever little creatures clearly, little ants being my favourite. as well as moths and lady birds. although i must admit, moths do clearly have a little bit of fur.
my research tells me that insects are basically cold blooded and that means they can't (and dont need) to keep a contant temperature like us and other warm blooded creatures, although, cold-blooded animals, such as bees or dragonflies, do shiver a little to stay warm when it is really too cold and honey bees stay warmer by crowding together and by giving each other little hugs which sounds like sensible approach to me ;)
we are all so different. its easy to forget about insects because they are very small.
Yes! Easy to forget about insects-unless they are wasps of course. Fur or no fur (or very little fur ) - en mass they're just like a flying stinging stripey fur ball of antagonism) We all just wish we could forget them eh? But NO! Whenever things are goin swell n the sun is shinin n your in the woods with your cornedbeef n crisp sandwiches n its almost a Cliff Richard moment (when the holiday bus suddenly rolls up n loads of astonishingly glowing healthy young people pour out n sweep you up in their holiday swirl.) JUST at that minute THEY arrive... Why??? One thing I have learnt is that they're very unlikely to turn up in the spa due to their fur load and you're much more likely to encounter Cliff Richard. . probably..possibly.. so I'm told..which is one of the reasons I may allegedly bee keepin my attendance up. Bee hugging by the way sounds nice but risky.. ;)Trees top them by a mile..or at least a few feet I reckon.. ;) x
thats where i go wrong cat, i keep hugging bees...suddenly so obvious but what can i do when they are so cute looking and furry (even if they are full of fury?)