Sunday, July 14, 2024
Chris Judd

Humans are animals too

We don’t like to class ourselves as animals but when we pass the bar on Saturday night and occasionally see the boys in a brawl in the parking lot it reminds me of young bulls fighting in a pasture.
Humans are accepted as being the most intelligent animals at the top of the food chain. When I see little birds returning from the south each spring to the same barn loft or the same branch in the same tree they were hatched in, I think of some people getting lost visiting an old friend only a few miles from home and I wonder if we really are that smart.

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