The Man Who Lives With WolvesBook - 2009
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QUOTE: So many human beings, in contrast, take everything for granted. They are greedy and selfish and plunder the earth as though they are the only species that matters. And so much of our society is dangerous and uncaring. At the airport waiting for my flight I watched parents arguing with their children and disciplining them for nothing. I wanted to say, “Stop it. Enjoy your children, appreciate what you’ve got.”
QUOTE: But the hardest thing was adjusting to the human world. The world I had come from [living with the wolves], and felt I belonged to was so simple and balanced. There was no deception, no malice, and no gratuitous cruelty. Everything was done for reasons that everyone understood, and although they could be rough and aggressive and fight for what was theirs, they also had a gentle, caring side to their nature and looked after their own with great gentleness, as I had seen and experienced. Keeping the family unit safe and fed was what mattered most to these animals, but they had respect for the creatures with which they shared their world. They killed to eat, never for fun and never more than they could use.
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