Everyday is a different day and I've gathered a lot of different stories along the way as I walk. Everyday is a serendipity walk.
Poop of an Asian Civet Cat. Apology to those who are taking their meals. This picture is a solid proof that an Asian Civet Cat ( Vis. - Singarong) inhabits the place. They have a habit of disposing their excreta in one and the same place and whenever they are far from this place and they feel the urge to do so they would plug their anal vent with a grass pellet until they reach their toilet. This Cat chooses the center of the road.The orange color indicates that its last meal is a wild papaya fruit.
Looking back at our photo collections, it gives me a thought that many of us in our everyday
life see these things but fail to look at them. Sometimes we don't even care for them and worst we don't even know that we don't knew that they exist. My daughter and I want to share these photographs so we can all see how beautiful they are up close and creates in us a sense of appreciation in a much deeper way that would evolve a philosophy of respect and protection for these wildlife and their habitat.
How utterly astounding then is the way the whole Pueblo de Panay Community's landscape is carefully planned to provide every element its own slice of the pie. How great is the amount of energies, money and massive machines are employed to move and remove earth and rocks and yet isolate (which may not be logical to some wealthy people) a fragile piece of land - the Wild Reserve.
In my own opinion ( not imposing), one of the ultimate barometers of Pueblo de Panay's success or failure is its commitment and dedication to the unbiased implementation of its corporate philosophy through a true Godly Spirit of service to mankind and the environment alike.
A community has two major players: man and the ecosystem. Among these two, the ecosystems role is absolute and precise: to provide for man's needs . Whatever resources it has and how much it can provide, these are for the service of mankind. Even if at the end of division, the greater benifits goes to mankind.