Australian Koala’s Thirst for Water – Where is ours for Love?!

Look into These Animals’ Eyes: Koala, Panda, Cats & Dogs – there is a thirst for Love

AT 120 DEGREES IN AUSTRALIA , IT WAS SO HOT FOR A WEEK THAT KOALAS
WERE ASKING PEOPLE FOR WATER. IT’S NEVER BEEN SEEN BEFORE.

WENT TO A HOUSE TO TRY TO HIDE FROM THE HEAT AND TO GET A BIT OF SHADE AND HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE OWNER GAVE HIM SOMETHING TO DRINK. IT’S REALLY CUTE.


“Until one has Loved an animal, part of their soul remains Unawakened.”

(Anatole France – French writer)

Thanks to Greta, dear friend and sahaja yogini from Australia who sent me the captions and the images and suggested to be on our Halton website.

We are still in the Valentine‘s “time zone” when coincidentally (?!) it is also celebrated the Shivaratri Day – dedicated to Shri Shiva, the divine representation for the pure spirit in the Hindu tradition. Shri Shiva principle and powerful energy is well acknowledged by those that practise the traditional yoga and meditation – sahaja yoga of course, subscribes to the truth of this ancient knowledge.

One of the Names/Qualities of Shri Shiva is: ” The Lord of the Animals”. So you’ll understand the beauty of this sincerely spontaneous inclination to have our loving attention on the realm of animals, now.

(click!)Kung-Fu Panda – Cool FUN Sahaj Images

(click!) Cat’s are COOL too – when Meditate like Cookie

(click!) Animals with Big Hearts – Dogs & Cats in Cool Video

12 Responses to “Australian Koala’s Thirst for Water – Where is ours for Love?!”

  1. Uday Murthy says:

    beautiful… its our duty to help each and every creature to live..

  2. Ela Schreder says:

    So cute, thanks for posting those joygiving pictures!

  3. hitesh says:

    Yes Shri Shiva is called “PashuPati” – Pashu means animal and Pati means the Lord or the ruler. There’s a big temple of PashuPati in Nepal with a Akandha Jyoti – fire that never extinguishes. But its deep down under. The vibrations there are amazing. I used to go there and meditate sometimes back. We are having realization programmes there these days.

  4. Liz says:

    I just Love this!!! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Mohanan Achen says:

    It would have been truly heartless to ignore the pleas of such a cute animal. Kudos for providing relief to these tiny wonders of God’s creation. Photographs to cherish!!

  6. This is divine love, our love should not limit to human being alone and we must share our love to all creatures, since spirit resides in all the creatures.

    Thanks for your beautiful article.

  7. Sue Fenner says:

    If only humans could love one another across the world as much as we love our wonderful animals and wildlife. How different our world could be. Thank you for sharing these lovely pictures

  8. Rohini says:

    I read with interest Hitesh’s comments on the description of Lord Shiva’s temple. Australia is also known as the “Land Down-under”.

  9. Cythare says:

    there so sweet.

  10. sk tripathi says:

    Beautiful. Eye Opener !!! Must love animals to be the Spirit !

  11. vishwanath says:

    so sweet animals are if you watch them they have only expressions no speech they watch us thoughtless never complains and we can experience their love. a lot to learn from them as well.

  12. ornella says:

    animals are so innocent, and spontaneous,
    that is nice, but what worries me is the excess of heat, and the lack of water in some place in the world, and too much in some others, this is a sign that still there is so much imbalance in human been’s behaviors… That is Scary!

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