The fact that many of our Readers don’t seem to see Us in the casual course of their day, doesn’t mean that We Rhinos don’t keep tabs on you.
Grass. It’s tough to beat!
We Rhinos are a discreet group, not given to chatterbox-ing. We say what appears to need saying, and let it go at that.
We also keep our mouths shut (except to chew) when We have no special insights to offer.
Thus Rhinos appear exceptionally bright.
We at ‘Your Inner Rhino’ admit that We are mildly fixated on the Full Moon. Why not? It’s free and available to one and all.
Also, Full Moons evoke Sweet Dreams, of which Rhinos cannot have too many. Ever.
Nature does it again!
Rhinos, Elephants, and Hippos used to be considered a group, called Pachyderms, based on some similarities in skin and size. We are all gray, big, and relatively thick-skinned. For the record, further studies have shown We are not related, one to another.
Of course, all of Us knew that, but Science didn’t know it. (All Critters are used to these mix-ups. We don’t take it to heart.)
There is a common idea that having thick skin proves Rhinos are insensitive. All We have to say to that is “nuts”.
In the Wild, there’s a lot to Enjoy, one way and another, hither and yon.
The Rhino System is to keep our eyes peeled for Jolliness. We can always use it. And share it.
Nature is ready with myriad Lessons for one and all, each and every Rhino, any time of the day or night. We are bundled in a seething wealth of ideas and data.
The only associated Question is: will We learn the Lessons?