kotekYou can’t see me, but I’m keeping an eye on you!



I woke up in the wee hours of the morning and all the thoughts tormenting me the day before came back: Do the people know how to take care of the little animal? Will they see that it gets enough food? Won’t they allow their children harass it?

Have I assessed the people correctly? Wasn’t I to hasty with my decision? Maybe I sould have waited a bit longer?! Continue reading




I’ve been thinking how to show you my dearest treasure so that you understood how dear she is to me. At the end I decided it was impossible to do, so here she is – as I see her every day after school – doing her homework 🙂



I managed to capture our dog and one of our cats connected with the desire to eat a piece of food that was dropped on the floor.

However, I saw our animals united not only in such situations.

Our cats, siblings found abandoned by their mother in our garden, stood by themselves when the other one was not well, and searched for their brother or sister when he or she went too far from the safety of our home.

We, people, quarrel a lot, make wars, but we can also unite. When a small boy was lost away of his house this winter, many people united to find him. Many people donated their money when a young woman had to pay for an expensive, lifesaving surgery.

When we unite that way something beautiful happens. Suddenly, all the divisions disappear and we stand arm in arm as one, guided by the light and good that dwells inside of us…

… and the Earth changes into a place where wonders take place.