I know! Who has a dog it's sure: they are great friends, and could understand what we say and how we feel
Now we can be sure, sure! Studies worldwide demonstrates that a dog devotes 30% of his brain to learning words and understand the meaning of what we say, and what we do (body language).
So they can understand if we're happy, or if we're going to exit from the home, and if we're upset.
Plus, they can feel and create concepts like a human being: a dog may feels emotions like gratitude, injustice, and mourning!
They instinctively try to comfort us in our time of distress or support us with a special kind of empathy. It's impressive and finally officially scientific demonstrated! Religious people and skeptical scientists have been to admit and accept this.
We are all much similar than we think. We are all connected, and everyone has a place in this world. A role, a mission.
So we have to understand what we are doing and restart all from the very beginning: we need to respect the environment, all the living entities and firmly decide to be apart of a unique great universe #weareone
Nicola Ryan Carrassi
Publisher & Editor in Chief