The little boy watched as the camel chewed with no care in the world. Flies landed on the camel to no distraction. A friendly critter needed a lift but the camel didn’t even notice that this critter-a so-called friend- needed help. He just chewed and chewed. His mind wandered onto the horizon and he just was not part of the scene. He was photographed by many. However, he was neither here nor there. Onlookers were just part of the scenery that had no meaning. The little boy was of more importance but not much more in terms of meaning. The little boy grabbed the critter and placed him on the camel’s back. He whispered to the camel “live and be good”. Then he left to never think of the camel again.
Psychologist MImi Philosophy
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