Window to the World, calling for Wind of Wisdom,
as common sense is a gift to each soul,
as common environment is the inseparable planet,
as common desire is to live in a better world.


"When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour..."

"When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity."
- Albert Einstein

Book of L - Quotable Wit and Wisdom Collection 3

To Light, is our dedication: 3 lit candles, 3 Books of L with 3 sections each: L in Quotation; L in Latin Motto; L in Poem

To Light, is our dedication: 3 lit candles, 3 Books of L with 3 sections each: L in Quotation; L in Latin Motto; L in Poem

Lumen Ad Viam. Believe that Light would lead life out of darkness into lasting love. Therefore, to Light, is our dedication ~ three lit candles, three Books of L, each consisting of three sections: 1) L in Quotation; 2) L in Latin Motto; 3) L in Poem.

Communication and love. Understanding and Trust. Amazing video and true story- "Lion Whisperer" Kevin Richardson and mighty Lion


"Lion Man: Meet the extraordinary man known as 'The Lion Whisperer'. Kevin Richardson's bond with Africa's dominant predator is as astonishing as it is touching. He's devoted his life to understanding and protecting the mighty Lion which is battling human encroachment and shrinking habitat.
Along the way, he cuddles them, tickles them, even sticks his head in their jaws! Despite Kevin's research, it's now feared that within just twenty years there will be no lions "born free"."


The LION WHISPERER Kevin Richardson - Living with the LIONS - Full Length Documentary

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After graduating with a BSc in Anatomy and Physiology, Kevin began his career in postoperative rehabilitation. He made a dramatic career switch when he was given an opportunity to work with lions at a local lion park, sixteen years ago.

As a self-taught animal behaviourist, he has broken every safety rule known to man when working with these wild animals. Flouting common misconceptions that breaking an animal’s spirit with sticks and chains is the best way to subdue them, he uses love, understanding and trust to develop personal bonds with them. His unique method of getting to know their individual personalities, what makes each of them angry, happy, upset, or irritated-just like a mother understands a child-has caused them to accept him like one of their own into their fold.  read more »

"The value of life lies not in the length of days, but in the use we make of them; a person may live long yet live very little."

"The value of life lies not in the length of days, but in the use we make of them; a person may live long yet live very little."
- Michel de Montaigne

Book of L - Quotable Wit and Wisdom Collection 3

Humans depend on, and destroy (sad!), Nature: 88% original forest deforested; 50% Nature's non-human lives wiped out since 1970

Brazil rainforest deforestation leads to seed shrinkage

we've killed half of the world's non-human vertebrate animal population since 1970... exploitation - overfishing and overhunting, habitat degradation

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Washington Post: We’ve killed off half the world’s animals since 1970 - a jaw-dropping statistic
The new Living Planet Index report from the World Wildlife Fund opens with a jaw-dropping statistic: we've killed roughly half of the world's non-human vertebrate animal population since 1970.

The main culprits? Exploitation (i.e., overfishing and overhunting), and habitat degradation.

The declines are almost exclusively caused by humans' ever-increasing footprint on planet earth. "Humanity currently needs the regenerative capacity of 1.5 Earths to provide the ecological goods and services we use each year," according to the report. The only reason we're able to run above max capacity - for now - is that we're stripping away resources faster than we can replenish them. Carbon consumption - the burning of fossil fuels - represents a huge and growing chunk of the demand we put on the earth. "In 1961, carbon was 36 per cent of our total footprint, but by 2010 (the year for which the most complete dataset is available), it comprised 53 per cent."  read more »

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