Have a good Sunday and a perfect week, pals!:-)

have you noticed the white “spot” among the Pyrenean black horses?… the intruder is a “lost” cow, but as Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder would sing:”ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony…” 🙂

“We all know that people are the same wherever you go,
There is good and bad in ev’ryone…
We learn to live when we learn to give
Each other what we need to survive, together alive…”

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avez-vous observé une “tache” blanche parmi les chevaux noirs pyrénéens?… c’est une vache “égarée”, mais comme Paul McCartney et Stevie Wonder chantaient:”l’ébène et l’ivoire cohabitent en parfaite harmonie…” 🙂

“nous savons tous que les gens sont identiques où que nous allions,
il y a du bon et du mauvais dans chaque personne…
nous apprenons à vivre lorsque nous apprenons à nous donner
ce dont nous avons besoin pour survivre ensemble…”

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Posted on 30 July 2017, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. We could learn a lesson! 🙂

  2. Lovely thoughts, Melanie.
    Leslie

  3. Yes, I agree Melanie, may we learn to live together in harmony, no matter our differences. We will keep working towards this end. Love and a Peaceful Sunday and new week to you also, Melanie. xxx ❤

  4. Lovely… so true. Have a wonderful weekend, Melanie! 🙂

  5. Sont-ils les chevaux de Mérens? The young ones look lovely. Cow and horses look very content together. 🙂

  6. Macca and Michael had it right! 💛

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