some unconditional love...?

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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 12:35 am » by Noentry


Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Noentry wrote:Heart warming story the57ironman.

I wonder is this bitch acting on motherly instinct, or does this bitch feel unconditional love, even for a completely different creature.?
Can animals love the way humans do?

Is love instinctive or a form of transcendence? :headscratch:



How do humans love bro? and dont say ask Nem :D


That is a great question bro. :headscratch:
Of course humans are animals too.

Animal love instinctively as a process of procreation. An adaption of survival.

Modern humans love is erratic and unpredictable and transcendental.

Animal love is pure and simple but they are not ambivalent like humans.

I would agree there is not much in it, but there are small differences.
Mostly due to the complexities of being human.
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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 12:39 am » by Fatdogmendoza


Noentry wrote:
Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Noentry wrote:Heart warming story the57ironman.

I wonder is this bitch acting on motherly instinct, or does this bitch feel unconditional love, even for a completely different creature.?
Can animals love the way humans do?

Is love instinctive or a form of transcendence? :headscratch:



How do humans love bro? and dont say ask Nem :D


That is a great question bro. :headscratch:
Of course humans are animals too.

Animal love instinctively as a process of procreation. An adaption of survival.

Modern humans love is erratic and unpredictable and transcendental.

Animal love is pure and simple but they are not ambivalent like humans.

I would agree there is not much in it, but there are small differences.
Mostly due to the complexities of being human.



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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 12:45 am » by Noentry


The57ironman wrote:.

.....i could change the title to unconditional acceptance or unconditional toleration.. :think:


Hmm I never thought of that could this be a case of unconditional acceptance.
perhaps the maternal instinct of this bitch, has made her tolerant of the infant chimp.
Would she be the same if see was did not just give birth to her litter?
Would she be so accepting of this chimp?

Or is she truly in love?


Fatdogmendoza I would share a bottle with you any day :flop:
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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 12:55 am » by Mushroom


My lil' sis bought me this poster when my daughter was born... It's hanging above my bed.
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It's nice to get that reminder that we are all just animals... and some animals instinctively love.

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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 1:10 am » by The57ironman


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remember this one..?


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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 1:13 am » by The57ironman


Noentry wrote:
The57ironman wrote:.

.....i could change the title to unconditional acceptance or unconditional toleration.. :think:


Hmm I never thought of that could this be a case of unconditional acceptance.
perhaps the maternal instinct of this bitch, has made her tolerant of the infant chimp.
Would she be the same if see was did not just give birth to her litter?
Would she be so accepting of this chimp?

Or is she truly in love?


Fatdogmendoza I would share a bottle with you any day :flop:

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...then there was that cheetah that saved the baby monkey after killing its mother..i think :think:

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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 1:42 am » by Noentry


I haven't seen that before.

This cow was able to show thanks for freeing her, which indicates to me how very intelligent whales are.
And what I would describe as a dance of joy, They also communicate in song and mate for life. They have very complex brains and live for a long time. Can whales love like humans due to their high intelligence or are they just instinctive like the rest of the animal kingdom?

I found some interesting info on whales, all around the world, whales aren’t singing like they used to, and scientists have no idea why.
They have changed their song, but why?
Does anyone have any insight or info as to why whales have changed their songs?
It must have some meaning but what?
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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 1:54 am » by Noentry



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Christian the lion shows all the aspects of being in love.
I watched this as a young man and I never forgot it.

As we know being in love and loving is different.
He seems to be in love.
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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 1:57 am » by Myphis7


This is a beautiful thread, that video of the whale was incredible <3

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PostSun Jul 15, 2012 2:02 am » by Noentry


The57ironman wrote:
...then there was that cheetah that saved the baby monkey after killing its mother..i think :think:

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this is a fascinating, This is new to me.
She killed to survive but protected the innocent child.
An amazing show of compassion or just maternal instinct?


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