Maybe the truth requires our hearts.
How can we stand in our own power and strength when we step onto fragile terrain?
What if looking glasses could show us more than what is visible on the surface?
How do we fix a problem if we aren’t willing to see it honestly?
The black panther’s “ghostly” reappearance to the jungle reminds us that sometimes what seems like an ending may be a new beginning.
Imitation as a form of flattery comes at a high price when it contradicts the true spirit of the tiger.
The natural instincts of the elephant remind us that intelligence is not based on intellect alone.
Sometimes truth can appear unexpectedly, like a bright light out of the darkness.
When does holding on to what once was limit our freedom to be our true selves?
If only humans could act naturally rather than trying so hard to outsmart the natural instincts of the universe.