An ancient Chinese proverb tells us an invisible string connects newborn babies to all beings who will be important in their lives.
Corina was no exception, and she felt loved and bonded to her parents in every single way.
—Honey, look at this cute baby plane!
—I love it. Let’s get one for Corina.
Corina got her first plane just in time to dream about flying to unimaginable places.
Since then, her plush hen, Petunia, joined her as copilot on every flight.
The happy hen guided Corina through beautiful places around the planet, and introduced her to her friends.
She showed Corina how some animal species are endangered to disappear because of the obsolete egoic and mechanicist mentality of human beings.
They flew together across thick forests full of colourful monarch butterflies.
And crossed the ocean to meet Vegwan, the white tiger of the mountain.
Vegwan greeted them joyfully, and said:
“Be nice to others. Nature punishes those who fall out balance due to selfishness and life misperception.”
The little Corina did not understand the words spoken by the old tiger. But she felt a heartwarming touch deep within herself as she looked into his eyes.
Corina was full of energy and swam the seas amongst baby turtles. She felt grateful to Petunia for showing her such wonderful places.
Until that moment all Corina loved was to eat, play, and dream about flying. Now, for the first time in her young life she realised the world was a fabulous and diverse place worth to explore.
—Baby girl, how was your nap? Look, I have cooked some delicious chicken purée for you.
It’s a spoon, it’s a plane, it’s a hen!
After having smelled the chicken purée mommy offered for dinner that evening, Corina thought about her friend Petunia, then she understood the wise words of Vegwan the old tiger of the mountain.
—Corina, please don’t eat me!
Corina realised after all we all come from the same sparkle of energy, and next she spoke her first word, proud and full of hope.
We are all part of the same sprout of energy. An invisible thread connects all things in the universe, and it should not be stretched to break for it was meant to keep us alive.
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