Act as if what you do makes a difference.
It is our collective and individual responsibility to preserve and tend to the environment in which we all live.
Health is a state of complete mental, physical, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
What elephants teach us?
Elephants are one of the most intelligent creatures who share our planet. They have a highly complex consciousness and intense emotions. They are an important foundation species, playing a pivotal role in maintaining biodiversity of the ecosystems where they live.
Elephants live in large herds taking care of each other and their community. They work together to solve problems and always have one another's back. Elephants never abandon a member of their herd particularly during a time of danger or trouble. They help each other during times of distress and fear. Relationships between elephants is very close and very sincere. They grieve over their friends and family who pass away. They are incredibly bright with enormous brain and never forget a face. They have a recall for every acquaintance they have made in their lives regardless of how brief. They are intolerant to bullying and will be emotionally punished - excluded from their community circles - which is agonizing for this sensitive creature.
Elephants teach us that working together is more efficient and gratifying, that compassion for our fellow species is paramount. that kindness, support and appreciation of life in general is a gift. They teach us that relationships are the key to happiness