Live & Let Live | #WordlessWednesday - 22

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Sri Lanka - March 2016
If Animals Spoke, Humanity would Cry.

~ Manuj Rajput


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Linking up with Natasha and Esha for Wordless Wednesday this week. 

14 comments:

  1. Damn... those words are so haunting. Mainly because they are so true.

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  2. Most definitely, we would!

    Sometimes I agonise so much and what is it that we can do differently than just signing petitions and donating money, to bring about change. Working in the wildlife fraternity I come close and personal to such losses, often. Most of them don't go reported.

    On one of my visits to the forests, when I first sighted a tiger in the wild. A royal stunning guy. An experience of a lifetime.
    He was the hero of that forest. And it breaks my heart still to be reminded, that he disappeared from the face of the forest mysteriously in a few months.

    So glad you posted this, Soumya for #WW.

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    1. Ah my heart breaks to read about the tiger! Poor things, the way we humans treat them is so inhumane.

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  3. Absolutely. This was heartbreakingly cruel!

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  4. Beautiful capture Soumya!
    The quote rings so true...

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    1. Thank you! The quote does pierce your heart.

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  5. "If Animals Spoke, Humanity would Cry." Perfect quote Soumya.

    The profound truth. How many of us take their lives for granted and when they retaliate we get worse. I hope and pray that we all learn to appreciate, accept and empathize with every living being other than humans.

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  6. Oh yes, humanity would definitely cry from guilt, the way we treat those beautiful creatures!

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