As a society we fail miserably when it comes to making much sense out of anything anymore.
I was sent this video with the senders commentary on what he thought this 50-second video could be saying. I thought I would take a stab at it.
In the minds of some people – that would be those who, if they viewed this video, would be extremely repulsed by it because…. well, because they will – what is shown in this video is an act against a living thing that is believed to be sacred, or at least at or above the level of that of man. For others, it is an unnecessary act. They aren’t there. They don’t know. They need to shut up.
The wolf, characterized by most humans for centuries, represented deceit, stealth, cunning, killing, death, disease, famine, violence, sadness, misery and just about nothing good. In the American society of today, the wolf, and other dangerous predators (they don’t perceive rats as dangerous evidently) are, like Pagan worship, cast in a false diadem, demanding their protection, striving to fraudulently position the wolf as some kind of Pagan god that walks on water, changes the flow of water and miraculously is the only power that exists that can “balance” our mythical “ecosystems” while wiping out disease and hunger that these same perverse thinkers believe exist as they do in human existence. It is viewed as a crime equal to that of taking the life of a man. It is irrational thought.
The video is representative of the realities of life…outside the cement walls and asphalt roadways. Man was given a brain capable of reasoning beyond that of animals. A man, who given access to the resources Yehwah promised, does what was intended. Man’s effort to better themselves, devised machinery, tools and equipment in order to sustain that one precious gift given to all of us…life. Life persists with food, water, shelter and clothing (notice I didn’t add cellphones and Facebook to the list). That is what you see. That is what is real. That is the way it was intended.
Will anybody ask why the one man with a gun stops shooting?