Monday, January 9, 2012

Waste not, want not

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Animals seem to have such an innate understanding of life that I've often felt we'd learn so much if we'd listen to nature with our eyes as well as our ears.

Take, for example, the okapi. It's an elusive animal that was one of the last species to be discovered. Its closest relative is the giraffe though it actually looks like it's been made up of spare parts from a zebra, a bongo, and a giraffe. In fact, it's like a walking advertisement for 'Waste not, want not'. In this day and age when we seem to discard so much, I find myself wondering if life would be improved for all of us if we learned from the okapi.

Waste not, want not.


  1. Hi Rhia!
    Thanks for the piece (Peace). Hope to talk with you soon.
    Nana Kathi

  2. How wonderful to hear from you. Please would you email me your email address? Thanks so much.