I had several great hours with lithe and slinky greyhounds, Rhys and Rusty. Gorgeous dogs, working class, bruised from years on the track. They deserve this retirement, cared for by truly kind humans.
My Sarah, an old dog, was also getting lucky, as Deke didn't just keep her fed, he kept her on her feet and moving. I'm guessing he added months if not a year or more to her constitution. She tripped on her long toenails today though. I need to get her to the clipper, aiming for this Saturday. I've done it myself but I prefer to let someone do it who does it often.
Tomorrow is the May Day March and Rally, which the unions are sponsoring, as well as individuals. We're working hard to pull it together. Management sometimes doesn't lift a finger when it comes to standing up for those who actually do the work, the unsung heroes. A lot of people just sit around and "own", a more passivist approach. Taking the credit is sometimes easier than doing the job.
We don't all share the same culture, even company-wise. If your company is cruel, don't conclude they're all cruel in exactly the same way.
Taking care of other humans is a full time job. Then there's being taken care of. I'm suggesting it's a two way street, and there's no omniscient eye available to any human that shows all the bookkeeping. For all our talk of transparency, Universe is what it is in that sense. Is there really "dark matter"? We're somewhat in the dark about what exactly that might be.
Humility means recognizing one's ignorance is right there in one's face, not far off in some distant "we'll get there someday" sense. We're there right now, right up against it. Facing one's own ignorance is always a possibility, and does not require judgements or conclusions. What's more interesting is the darkness itself, leaving aside all the monkey chatter about what's so.