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Sunday, June 9, 2013
The Love Of A Puppy
Below is a posting I would
like to share from Mr. Ong regarding the affection of a puppy to its elder dog.
I thank Mr. Ong for contributing this touching story.
Inspired by your latest post titled – Birds are spiritual beings. I have
my share as below:
I watched a documentary about Buddhism on national TV2 during latest
Wesak Day. A Tibetan monk said: All living things have feelings and emotions
just like we do. Do not harm them, they could be our parents or loved ones in
Back in 1990s, out of sympathy, I adopted a strayed puppy left by a PCO
( someone you called “ buang negeri” ) from Penang. He struggled hard to earn
for a living, had no time to care for that puppy
There was an old female blind, ugly dog around our house. I refused,
when a local officer from vet department asked me to destroy it. Somehow, it
seemed very protective and acted like a mother to my puppy. All foods were let
to puppy first, before she ate by itself.
One day, I had a look when it cried out loud under a big tree, with
bushes around. It could no more walking. My puppy guarded at “her” side, days
and nights TILL it passed away. I buried it with a heavy heart and tearful
eyes. I said Buddhist prayers, and asked “her” to return into my life in next
incarnation. I expressed my thankfulness for caring my puppy all the way.
It was a clear, simplest, highly praised expression of “mother love” in
animal kingdom. On the other hand, some mankinds are so cruel and heartless to
their own babies. I learned a priceless lesson in my life!