A few days ago, I had written about a few puppies whom I hoped to see again in better circumstances. See link below.
Well, yesterday, on 19 January 2020, I finally got the chance to see them again. Their puzzled Dad, a stray dog, watched as I clicked their pics. See them below.
This only proves that like humans, some dogs are luckier and get all those things in life that one can only dream about.
Google Photos gave me a pleasant surprise yesterday (4 January 2019), my day off from work.
They made a movie out of my photos that I clicked that day and sent it to me for saving in my library. It looked so good, an evidence of a day well spent, as in a Jane Austen novel (my great grand neice Alia’s 7th birthday, a walk through a park, sunbathing in the balcony, etc, etc).
I never thought that the photos I created without giving much thought to it would turn into something so wonderful. Well, it proves that movies needn’t always be larger-than-life, doesn’t it?
With wars, calamities, and bloodshed all over the globe and Trump and Iran threatening to go to war, blissful images like these give you a niggling feeling of living in a quiet, cosy cocoon that may burst anytime…
Here is the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/DS1avSHzbVw
On one freezing morning of last week December 2019 in Vikaspuri, West Delhi, I came across a pair of street dogs with a few puppies snuggled close to them with their eyes shut.
They looked so cute and I had a strong temptation to click their photograph with my cellphone, but I didn’t have the heart to take advantage of their adversity without doing anything to help them. I do regret, I must admit, losing a great photo-op that day, but I console myself with the thought that I may get a better opportunity next time in happier circumstances.
On my way home that evening, however, I got a pleasant surprise. The dogs were enclosed in a shed with some food kept there for them.
Well, I guess, there is a Jesus inside each one of us who understands what it is to be born to be homeless, hungry, and shiver through cold, chilly nights…
May God bless that Good Samaritan who made this arrangement for the family.
Sleep, blissfull sleep, sleep…
This cute love seat here gives credit for its existence to an elected government representative Ms. Sarita Jindal. That’s what the inscription written in Hindi on the bench indicates.
Well, elections are going to happen in Delhi soon and this is probably just a promotional stunt…But that’s how it should be in a democracy, isn’t it?
Candidates should focus on development rather than trivial issues like religion and caste which have no place in a secular, diverse country like India. Only then can we sleep blissfully like this dog…
Well, God knows where CAA and NRC, which discriminate on the basis of religion, will take us to…😔☹️😶
It is during childhood that our attitudes towards animals are moulded. Parents need to be careful about this and ensure that their children are compassionate towards innocent, helpless animals.