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Well, the other day I heard a loud thud noise against our bedroom window. My cat was sitting there & got startled. I knew it was a bird & ran over to see if it was okay. I was certain it was dead by the sound of it. I looked down and saw this beautiful red male cardinal lying motionless on the ground. I felt really sad & was about to run out to see if I could help it. Then out of nowhere another red male cardinal swooped in and started what looked like the Heimlich maneuver on it by grabbing the other bird by the neck with its beak. It kept going shaking the other bird up and down, back & forth…until the lifeless birds’ head started to move on it’s own. It quickly dispersed and left him lying there to recover. I was really emotional, I woke my husband up from all of this, lol. I tried to explain what I had just witnessed in a voice that was almost incomprehensible. I was rattled and emotionally charged. I couldn’t put it into words and I don’t think he even thought I was speaking English at one point. Thing is, I was moved. In our current time I was just grateful to see the pure empathy in nature. Empathy is natural & I thought of the tragic things happening in the world right now & it gave me a remembrance & a feeling of great hope. Maybe I cried because I believe we are as human beings natural and it’s upsetting to see others acting with zero empathy. The night before, I had watched a news video of a man being hit by a car & knocked unconscious, nobody helped him. In fact a few more people ran him over. These are actual things going on, people attacking strangers in the streets that they don’t even know or fully understand. People often battling over issues that are not directly related to them. I cried because I believe at the heart of all good human beings heart is empathy. To see a lack of it on such a grand scale in the world is devastating. So much to be learned from nature. #grateful #hopeful

Empathy is natural & good 😌
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