The clock ticks away, television channels switched off to give it a rest from all the continuous drama shows and the only sounds you hear are the wind swaying the tree to and fro, random howling of dogs and the crickets. This is a time where the thoughts gush in and out of your mind, so fast that you can’t keep track. Some are of which that happened at home, school, work in the spirit of positives, negatives and neutral. Every little thing that happen from morning till night. You think to your self, if only I could have changed something from what I did early in the morning everything would have been perfect. Maybe if had said this or that, I would have won the argument but yes, where argument is not a matter maybe I could have made a better justification of what I said or made a little more sense than of the idiot I am already.
It’s silly reason to keep repeating the cliché phrase that we all are not perfect which might have been repeated a zillion times but yet we tend to think of these little things (‘aww if that and aww if this). These late night thoughts is what I think makes a human perfect. I don’t know yet why people think this and I am no psychologist but I believe thinking of such things is what actually makes humans perfect and its also a beautiful thing.
I read this post at http://www.snowaddiction.org such a beautiful story. Thought you guys might enjoy it as well. Check it out
One man was biking to work when he noticed something tragic on the side of the road. A beautiful little fox was dying. It appeared he had been hit by a car and was struggling to stay alive. This is the biker’s account of the story:
This morning on my bike ride into town I came upon this fox that had just been hit by a car. His eyes were slowy opening and closing, he was shaking out of control and his heart was beating out of his chest. All I wanted to do was help him but I quickly realized there was nothing I could do so I sat down next to him and gave him the warmth and company that I think I would appreciate if I was in that situation. His eyes closed for good, the shaking was down to a minimum and as I rubbed his little head to comfort him, I literally watched his last heart beat. RIP little guy the world will miss you.
The little fox’s heart stopped beating and he took his final breath.
Only… 8 hours later, the man returned and discovered something amazing: the fox was alive.
Somehow, the little fox found the strength and courage to keep on fighting. The man scooped him up and began searching for a veterinary hospital that could take the fox in. Hopefully the beautiful critter will be able to pull through this traumatic experience. Most hit-and-run incidents don’t end like this.
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Source: Viral Nova