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“Through their eyes.”


I have always wondered how do animals see us when they look into our eyes. Do they instantly see a threat, or do they learn that as time progress. Because certain animals it is pure nature and others it can be more nature, but a little bit of learned. Now what do I mean by learned, I mean reared animals. Lions, Tigers, Cheetahs, and other deadly feline animals have been known to be owned by people. Not just in a sanctuary, but as pets. This can be quite dangerous, but nonetheless, people do it. Now animals like crocodiles, alligators, and rattle snakes, it’s pure nature. No matter how much you train them, they will strike without warning.

deeper into their eyes

When you look into their eyes, what if there’s something deeper. What if they do want to reach out to us, but we are not able to harness this ability. Maybe there is a nature piece where we as people were supposed to be able to communicate with them. Mammals like chimps, orangutans, and gorillas we train better than most animals. The reason being is because they are the closest relatives to us than any other animal. So when they look at us, what do they see. Because humans have a conscious mind, but a gorilla for instance does not. So what are they really trying to figure out when they see us. Do they think they are the same as us, but can’t quite figure out how to approach the situation?

their plans

Maybe they are planning something when they see us. Because they are not too fond for the most part of humans. Animals, with the exception of cats and dogs whom we have domesticated, generally run from people. And that is something quite interesting is the running away. Is there something that the older ones communicate to the younger ones about staying away from us. Because animals love to elude people. They have been with us for eons, and know all too well in dealing with us. So yes, they do have a way they communicate when they look at us. But since we have no means of finding out, we guess. But whatever the case may be, they look into our eyes, not knowing what we think of them or them of us.

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“It should be easy, why not?”

I’ve heard throughout my entire life that marriage is a hard union to maintain. And that it will take a lifetime of work for you to really appreciate the person that you are with. But then I started to think about the union for a while. With the vows you take, shouldn’t marriage be an easy task to fulfill. It says to love, honor, and obey. Yet people still say that the union is hard. Is it really hard, or could it be that monogamy is not natural. Could it be that we really have other feelings and push them down in the name of societal norms. Well, let’s observe this for a minute.

To love, honor, and obey is difficult when you are not with a person you thought you would be with. We all have this person in mind that we want to be married to; this idealistic view. Then we meet someone and all of that changes. So here we are with this person, yet part of us resent. Why is it so hard to have this conversation? It’s hard because no one wants to admit that they resent something about the person they are with. You love this person, and can’t figure out why there is this internal feeling of disdain. It lies there deep inside of us because on one hand we have the societal way in which we are supposed to live. Then on the other hand, we have the nature us that is different from the societal us.

And that nature us creates other conflicts that make marriage hard as well. Because another natural reaction is that we don’t want to be around the same person for the rest of our lives. That is something which can take years to get used to. Some people can do it with ease, others struggle. Why do some struggle, it has to do with more nature. It’s normal to want your own life and space, but what about marriage and children. You sacrifice so much of yourself, especially when the kids come into play. So you feel a part of you is lost and now you want out to some extent. And that brings us to the next reason marriage is hard, the kids.

Once those kids enter the equation you have less time for you and him and more dedicated to the kids. Not to mention you are now neglecting yourself. For the most part, women have a different reaction when kids come into the equation because women carry children. But men start to feel like we are losing something as well. It can take some people time to realize they might not be losing something, but gaining something more. Then you have the parents that can’t wait to their kids are old enough to have their own lives. This way, they can be themselves again.

In the end, that’s what it boils down to; nature versus societal norms. Society wants and expects us to have a certain type of marriage. But there is no real way to maintain and make it work. You should be making up your own rules. Why are people living by this societal norm instead of what you like as a couple. And as long as people are not able to address the reasons for their marital hardships, we’ll always have issues concerning marriage leading to divorce. 

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