How Dogs Bring Balance to an Unbalanced Society

People have known the importance of maintaining the health of not only the body but also the mind and spirit. We all know that without the balance of these three great aspects of man, we will not live healthy nor do we think healthy thoughts. Bad thoughts are sources of great problems such as poverty, hunger and many others therefore thinking positive beliefs, thoughts and also doing good things would definitely result to a healthy lifestyle and happy living. In this reason, many people aim to become healthy but there are times when we forget to have a balanced life making our lives unbalanced. Just like when we face small problems such as when we are in a middle of traffic, we sometimes tend to forget to be calm and thus we may lose our patience. Being in a busy world can sometimes make us forget that we should be balanced in everything we do so that everything will be sailing smoothly. Sometimes the only things that could make us remember how unbalanced we are, are our dogs.

There are times in our lives that even other people would not be able to appreciate everything we would do and there are also times when we do not have anyone to talk our problems too. For some people especially living their own, they become quite lonely in their homes hence having a pet for company is the option left to not be all alone. Haven’t you noticed how we have become unbalanced? They mirror of how we have become unbalanced in our ways of living that it has caused as other complicating problems. When dogs do not obey what we say, it is because we are not balanced to nature that they reflect our character. To dogs, they may not have great intelligence but they show loyalty to their owners. People may be hard to please but for dogs even a single tap in their heads from their owners’ hands are worth like gold to them. Our pets are our great companions and even if others may feel that you are not good enough, still, in the eyes of our pets we are adorable. Dogs love their owners unconditionally but men sometimes love in certain conditions. Humans measure his worth with money but for dogs the worth of his owner is priceless nevertheless we see how man has been very unbalanced in his life. In this situation we see the need for our shattered selves to be reconnected again to Mother Nature so that we are again in the path of being balanced. If we put our lives back in balance we will be able to see life more beautifully just like what our pet dog sees. Life only needs to be simple yet full of fun and learning. 

The way that we treat our dogs is affected by the way we handle our lives. But sometimes the only solution to make our selves be inclined again to nature is to look at ourselves and turn away from ways that makes our lives not balanced. 

In memory of Maui, our most-loved naughty and playful dog.

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8 Respones to "How Dogs Bring Balance to an Unbalanced Society"

Maricel said...

Very heartfelt post ... may Maui rest in peace!

November 18, 2011 at 2:47 PM
Herbert said...

@Maricel: Thanks Maricel... :)

November 19, 2011 at 12:23 AM
Achyuth said...

I used to have a dog, a German Shepherd named Rover. He was the smartest thing in the world, never used to give us any inconvenience. My dad used to whistle from the top of the stairs and Rover used to come running up, and eat two dog biscuits, and go back down. He used to stand guard at the door, and he was a dog who loved the baths :D
We had to put him down, due to stomach cancer...
Had a walk down memory lane, thanks for that :)
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If you had a few minutes, could you read a post of mine? And if you like it, give it a vote? I'd be most grateful :)))

November 19, 2011 at 7:14 AM
ChrisAir said...

oh so sad how old is Maui when died, we have also shiztu and so afraid if she could leave us also

November 19, 2011 at 9:12 PM
Herbert said...

@Chris: He was 11 i think :( ...the sad part is we never had the chance of seeing him before he died, the moment we spent a vacation in my town the past week..all things come and go, that's really a sad reality.

November 19, 2011 at 10:09 PM
Ira said...

Sorry to hear about Maui. This reminds me of Hachiku. Dogs can be our stress-relievers and the way they love us back is really priceless.

November 26, 2011 at 10:09 PM
Herbert said...

Thanks Ira, yeah Hachiku is a very touching movie about a dog :)

November 28, 2011 at 8:19 AM
Jullianne said...

It's always hard to send your pet off especially when you're still a kid. I remember our first dog - Big Bite. Not the smartest and the cutest, but he's definitely a trustworthy and loyal companion.

RIP Maui.

December 17, 2011 at 9:16 AM

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