We can learn so much about love and ourselves by observing
animals. Their interactions are a sure sign of that expression through body
language without verbal communication. One look at these pictures is all it
takes to appreciate not only the love between animals of the same species, but
also cross species.Mammals have the same brain structures and intricate
emotional systems hard wired in their brains. We often do not give animals as
much credit as they deserve for being complex, thinking, sensitive and empathetic
beings, but they are. In fact, they demonstrate an unconditional love that all
humans can learn from in their daily lives when dealing with each other.
emotions from animals are simple and pure. They don’t suffer from the same
emotional entanglements that humans do. They don’t have love-hate relationships
with each other, or experience judgement to any degree. They don’t care about
how much money you make or what you look like.
to this study, people tend to ascribe lower levels of mental functioning
to animals that they are about to eat. Another interesting
study in the journal Appetite suggested that an animal’s perceived
intelligence is the main factor in determining whether or not we will be disgusted
by the thought of eating it.
children are more like animals because their frontal lobes are still growing
and don’t mature until sometime in early adulthood. If we want to understand
what love truly is, our observations and research would be well invested in