As you may guess from this picture, I love biking in the woods. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the ride. Until February 2016 I blogged regularly about books, art, literature and writing.
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Saturday, July 18, 2015
Can you see it too?
Did you know that frogs help to curb the population
My daughter and I love frogs, so when I heard about a two-week summer camp that focuses on frogs I signed her up for it.
The kids go on field trips, do crafts and learn about frogs.
disappointed to see that they keep frogs in bowls. My daughter talked to
the teacher about setting them free and she was told that those frogs belong to
them. Then I explained to my daughter that those frogs do not belong to human
beings; they belong to nature.
We don’t need
to be smart to understand that those frogs are suffering. Is this the way they teach about compassion to kids?
Are they imparting the message that their suffering is okay as long as we ignore
it? Being more powerful than the frogs does not mean that it is acceptable to imprison them.