Friday, 7 September 2007

Lesson We Missed

The human race is supposed to be the only living being on this earth that could shape the direction the earth is heading. We could create and we could destroy. We have the faculty to decide what is right and what is wrong and yet sometimes we seem confused.

Can we learn from animals then? Maybe the answers to our woes lie with the animals. Maybe we should be more serious about learning from animals. We should not restrict our education to some monkey movements to create martial arts move.

Most probably some have seen this video and maybe some haven't but what I can say is that we can surely learn something from it. I got this from metacafe which is taken from National Geographic.

9 comments:

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Somehow, the video stopped almost towards the end; what happened - both, the video and the baby monkey?

Nak Tak Nak said...

There is nothing wrong with the video. It ended with the baby baboon unharmed. Even monkeys have compassion

tokasid said...

Salam che'gu:

Apparently the animals have more 'kemanusian' than manusia .And manusia have more 'kebinatangan' than the animals.

Nak Tak Nak said...

Doc,
Maybe the animals have got a lot to learn from humans about how to be animals. They can start at Putrajaya.

monsterball said...

Yes...KTN...we are the worst animal on earth...as we have the capacity to think better ...but use that God given faculty to kill innocents for the greed of materialistic things.

Nak Tak Nak said...

Monty,
Its a pity some of us do not have the compassion of these animals. Maybe this is God's way of showing us human that we have strayed too far.

Mr. Right said...

I look at it as, two confuse creatures try to find who they are and what they suppose to be. I don't want to end like that.

But, I also got your point.

Very nice vid.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Mr, Right,
You may be right but it could also be that it is ALLAH's work to get us to re-evaluate ourself

cakapaje said...

Cikgu, Selamat Menyambut Ramadhan al-Mubaraq!

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