Do Children Have An Animal Communication Advantage – #1 Tip For Childlike Hearing
The mother of a toddler wrote that her son had a terrible experience observing other children violently attacking a bat. He wondered why nobody came to help and would nobody help him if he was being attacked? The mother explained to the boy that people may not have helped because the bat was dirty and not smart, while people read, speak, think and feel. The boy responded, “I think he felt stuff, Mom. He was crying. I know he was crying and Mom, I can’t read.”
The children of some friends were visiting this week. My animal family members relayed to me that children are more connected to what they are feeling. “They tend experience the feeling of enjoyment more than adults. We’d enjoy being with (adult humans) even more if you were more like this,” remarked my cat, TirNa.