Idiosyncratics

Most Cultures have special Sayings which mean a lot, if you are a member of that species. If not, the subtlety of the communication is often impenetrable. What resonates with a Codfish may not stimulate the rest of Us, though it makes other Codfishes frantic with merriment.

Rhinos are neither better nor worse along these lines. Many Rhino ‘home truths’ leave Wildebeests tepid, at best.

We Rhinos often think of the Tower of Babel in this regard. So much possibility of Cultural Sharing, so much lost in Linguistics.

 

2 thoughts on “Idiosyncratics

  1. A catchy thought, which will no doubt go viral. Apropos for any occasion and endlessly mysterious. YIR does it again!

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