Buddha 🐱 Beings

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I found this fellow near the Darling River in NSW. He seemed very happy to be filmed.

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The very sweet wallaby who hangs around Santi Forest Monastery :heart:
If I remember correctly, she has been named Wanda.

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( Not my pic, downloaded it a while ago from a retweet by a historian, but can’t remember who the original photographer was. Very sweet nonetheless :heart:)

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Maybe this is the one:

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Getting ready to setup a new colony before the cold weather arrives…

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Willow feels I have spent enough time reading D&D and I should focus on giving her pets.

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King George in Full Derp

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Looks like he is expressing his displeasure about some other King (:crown::uk::wink::joy:)

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He has the family wiskas, that’s for sure. I hope he’ll not be over offended if I hold up a piece of white cardboard. :rofl: :australia: :canada:

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I never expected to find myself herding these Buddha Beings!!

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I love watching them move!

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Enjoyed Bhante Sujato’s essay on the Mettā sutta and felt inspired to post today.
Here are 2 new members of the family to remind us to practice it everyday.


Mettā and Maitrī ( bonded brother and sister ~ 5 months old)

Curious about Grandpa Apu, who is a much nicer cat to other cats now given his age and disabilities, hopefully he picks up some mettā from the little ones and has a better destination in his next birth.


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These are yellow footed rock wallabies. Cute little fellas and well camouflaged. Depending on the size of your screen you will count up to seven here.

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Some Buddha beings outside the back of the house–badgers! Very unusual to see them during the day, so it was a delightful surprise and we quickly snapped some photos through a window.
They’re really interesting critters. They create very large underground caverns/burrows 3 ft underground, with several tunnels and different ‘rooms’, which they sometimes share with other animals. They build a separate shallow pit away from their burrow for defecation, a ‘badger outhouse’!

They also pretty much demolish the area, turning it into a construction site (you can’t see the full effect in these photos); in this case our ‘backyard’ though you really can’t call where I live (high desert) a ‘yard’!


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