What a great post! There have been many songs written over the last ? decades, but most of them are about superficial, self-gratifying “love.” Real love reaches out and gives more than it takes.
Reblogged from thesilenteye.co.uk
I wander downstairs… the world is silent except for the little grunting noises Ani makes as I cuddle her good morning. I don’t speak dog fluently, but I have a feeling these short, low grunts are an expression of affection; you only ever hear them during cuddles and that is how we start our day, the small dog and I.
As the kettle boils I think about the headline I’d read about a twenty second cuddle being good for your health. I hadn’t looked up the science behind it, prepared to agree unquestioningly that cuddles are good for you. Just having someone close enough to open their arms to you, someone you trust enough to be able to hug back… that shows you have affection in your life and that has to be a good thing. Even if the arms are paws.
Cuddling is instinctive in many situations, from the…
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